I'm The Keynote Speaker At SEMSEO
I am honored to be the keynote speaker for the upcoming SEMSEO conference taking place in Hanover, Germany on June 15, 2012.
Hanover, 22 March 2012 - Speaker-coup for the sixth SEMSEO! Barry Schwartz, CEO of RustyBrick, is the keynote speaker at the conference on 15 June in Hannover hold. The American SEO expert and founder of the "Search Engine Roundtable," and co-author of the popular blog "Search Engine Land" speaks for the first time at a German conference. The theme will get a recap of the major Google update and what changes the algorithm on SEOs and webmasters in Europe yet. Barry Schwartz has been one of the most sought after consultants, the U.S. media when it comes to SEO. Schwartz thus represents a worthy prelude to the SEMSEO, which features traditionally associated with high-profile keynote speakers. Last year, inspired Vanessa Fox, the founder of Google Webmaster Tools, the 600 conference participants.
"We are proud to have won with Barry one of the most popular heads of global SEO scene for our keynote address. This shows how important the SEMSEO has become internationally as a conference and networking event," says Uwe Tippmann, CEO of ABAKUS Internet marketing, will accompany the SEMSEO 2012 with Alan Webb as a moderator.
Alan Webb and I go back about ten years now. I haven't heard from him in maybe 5-7 years and then I get an email from his asking if I'd speak. True honor! Alan Webb is one of the leading SEO experts in Germany. So a true honor.
My focus will be on the history of Google's updates and based on that history, what can you expect to happen in the future. Instead of being reactive to Google updates, think a few steps ahead and be proactive.
Last year I was privileged to speak in Spain. So I am really happy about continuing the international tour. The only issue, I need to brush up on my German.
For all those near Hanover, please attend the conference. I'd love to meet the SEOs and SEMs out there.