The International Search Summit will take place this Thursday at the British Library in London and features renowned speakers from the world of internet marketing and online reputation management.

The International Search Summit, hosted by WebCertain (London, Thursday 20th November 2008) is a search marketing event with a difference – a focus on multilingual and international search. All of the sessions at the Summit have a global approach and look at the issues affecting online marketers when they are running campaigns in multiple languages and countries.

All speakers are selected for their experience and knowledge in specific fields, and all are experts with much to share. Among Thursday’s speakers is Kristjan Mar Hauksson, director of internet marketing for Nordic eMarketing, a Scandinavian based consulting company -

Nordic eMarketing is a leader in online search marketing, reputation management, SEO, web development and consulting.

Kristjan Mar is one of the founders of Nordic eMarketing and the company’s Search Director. He specialises in Internet marketing and online reputation management and communication. His expertise is assisting companies to gain international visibility through search engines and using the internet as a communication channel and a part of the marketing mix.

He is the founder of the Icelandic SEO/SEM forum and contributes regularly as a presenter for organisations, companies, and non-profit organisations. Kristjan Mar is an internet marketing and online reputation specialist with many years experience and success who has become an in-demand conference speaker the world over, known for his lively and charismatic style.

Among other speakers at the International Search Summit are Alex Burmaster - Nielsen Online, Eugene Lomize – Yandex, Christer Pettersson – Eniro, Andy Atkins-Krüger – WebCertain and Ed Pushman – Microsoft adCenter.

The conference is focused on companies looking to roll out their websites internationally and gain visibility in a multilingual environment.

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Published on: 12:00AM on 18th November 2008