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Next International conference hosted by WebCertain to be held in November

WebCertain Global Ltd, the multilingual web marketing agency, has announced that the British Library in London will once again be the venue for the next International Search Summit, which will be held on 19 November.

This will be the 4th search marketing conference hosted by WebCertain in the UK, following on from the highly successful conferences focussing on PPC and Social Media strategies held in the last 12 months.

International Search Summit

Tickets for the Search Summit are available throughout June at the super early bird rate of just £75.

Visit to secure your place at the super early bird rate and for full details of the event.

Speakers from around the globe will discuss the latest developments in international SEO so delegates learn how to implement successful international campaigns from experts in the field.

Previous speakers include Eugene Lomize (Yandex), Jessica Bowman (, Tor Crockatt (Microsoft AdCenter),Shari Thurow (Omni Marketing Interactive) and Rebecca Berkich of Xerox.

There have also been representatives from Plaxo, Bebo, Eniro and The Guardian.

The full line-up of international SEO specialist speakers will be announced in the coming months.

The International Search Summit is unlike other search events as it has been specifically formulated to cover topics of interest to people managing multinational, multilingual online marketing campaigns, as WebCertain does for its clients.

Andy Atkins-Krüger, Managing Director of WebCertain Global Ltd, explains: “When you are optimising sites for several markets and languages, there are specific issues that you come across – locally relevant keywords, the relationship between your international sites and of course, the need to fully understand the needs of your local markets and the cultural differences which affect search behaviour in different countries.”

“At previous Search Summits we have learnt from experts about the international opportunities available through social media, heard from search engines themselves about how they really work and discussed hot-off-the-press data about search trends across Europe. We look forward to more lively and informative sessions on international SEO strategies at the next Summit.”

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