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Friday, September 18 • 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Technical LIMITED

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Technical
Moderated by Ade Lewis

Aleyda Solis
The 2015 Technical Marketer Toolbox

Tomas Vaitulevicius
Large Site SEO Architecture

Mark Thomas
Google are pushing HTTPS hard. Why? And​,​ when should you act?

This session is first come first served with members with wristbands getting early access fifteen minutes before the talks start. 

Speakers
avatar for Mark Thomas - DeepCrawl

Mark Thomas - DeepCrawl

Mark teamed up with DeepCrawl's founders in late 2012 charged with building a world class SaaS business. DeepCrawl has since become the world's most popular in-the-cloud crawling application and Mark has supported search teams working on many of the largest and most complicated sites on the web.
avatar for Tomas Vaitulevicius - JustPark

Tomas Vaitulevicius - JustPark

Tomas has spent 6 years running the Digital Marketing team at Rightmove, a Top 10 UK website. In that time he helped Rightmove restructure their site, embark on the content marketing journey and grow non-branded search traffic from from 1.5 to 21 million visits a month. He is now implementing a holistic SEO strategy at a disruptive sharing economy start-up - JustPark.
avatar for Aleyda Solis - Orainti

Aleyda Solis - Orainti

Aleyda is a well known International SEO Consultant, helping businesses -from startups to multinational companies in Europe, Asia, North & South America- to grow their organic search visibility, traffic and Web ROI with her company, Orainti. | | Listed in Forbes as one of the top 10 online marketers to follow in 2015, Aleyda is specialized in International, technical and multi-device SEO projects and has more than 8 years of experience in... Read More →


Friday September 18, 2015 2:30pm - 3:45pm
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