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Online marketing conference ionSearch returns for a second time this April, expanding over two days and welcoming a host of leading speakers from across the globe.
Taking place at The Carriageworks Theatre in Leeds on April 18th and 19th, ionSearch will welcome speakers from Expedia, BBC, Adobe and Hootsuite – as well as a host of leading experts from the online marketing world.
Expedia’s Head of Inbound Marketing Martin MacDonald, Adobe’s Head of Social Strategy Jeremy Waite, UK Ambassador for Hootsuite Allan Beaton and BBC Analytics expert Gerry White join a host of other speakers from the world of search and social media marketing, including SteelCast’s Dave Snyder, ex-Googler Vanessa Fox, Andrew Dumont of SEOmoz and Dave Naylor of Bronco.
ionSearch was founded by online marketing agency Blueclaw in 2012. Sponsored by Media Skunk Works, Searchmetrics, Linkdex and AnalyticsSEO, the expanded schedule in April will encompass three tracks: The Keynote Theatre, Talks & Panels and Panels & Workshops Rooms.
Blueclaw MD and ionsSearch founder Fergus Clawson said: “We had such a fantastic response to the inaugural ionSearch that we decided to expand over two days for the second conference. We have a phenomenal speaker line-up for April, with some of the must see online marketing speakers from Europe and America appearing.
“Taking place over three tracks, ionSearch is the must attend online marketing conference in the North of England this year.”
An early bird offer on tickets applies until the end of January and offers up to 15% off the full price of one and two-day tickets. Tickets include food and refreshments throughout the day, as well as access to the exclusive conference party (taking place on Thursday April 18th).
Further details are available at www.ionsearch.co.uk
Published on: 9:56AM on 15th January 2013