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Linkdex Think Tank Series, with 90 Digital: iGaming Strategy & Search conference

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linkdex-think-tank-series-90-digitalThe Linkdex Think Tank Series, with 90 Digital: iGaming Strategy & Search conference takes place at the Dominion Theater, Tottenham Court RD, London on January 30, 2014.

The Linkdex Think Tank Series, with 90 Digital: iGaming Strategy & Search aims to share the best and most relevant search marketing knowledge with the iGaming community. To achieve that, 90 Digital CEO, Nick Garner, has invited speakers from Google, Pokerstars, Experian, Clarion Events, Calvin Ayre, LBi, Camberton and more.

iGaming search and strategy is looking at big changes as the US gradually opens up for business again. Google is attacking link spam more aggressively than ever before, so SEO is becoming a very risky proposition. Adwords is therefore making more sense than before and on top of that, we have licensing in the UK for December 2014 so it’s going to be a crazy year for online search marketing.

The sessions for the Linkdex Think Tank Series, with 90 Digital: iGaming Strategy & Search conference will be 15-20 minutes long and every speaker has been asked to be straightforward, honest and to the point. The will be live blogging form Sportsbook Betting Community, blog updates from State of Digital, coverage from CalvinAyre.com and video coverage from Linkdex.

Topics will include insights into iGaming consumers, marketing strategy and direction of iGaming, commercial strategy and direction of iGaming, the power of words on brand reputation and conversion, and much more.

90 Digital CEO, Nick Garner, will also discuss what happens if someone rants about your brand and makes you look terrible on Google. The session will discuss why your reputation is worth fixing on Google, how to fix it and move on.

The event is free but limited to 150 seats so book your ticket now by clicking here.

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