Join SLC|SEM as we host respected search industry leader Danny Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief of Search Engine Land, the leading news publication for the search marketing industry.
Danny Sullivan will be in Utah for his annual ski & snowboard vacation – and he’s agreed to spend the evening relaxing with the SLC|SEM crowd, sharing his insight on the current state of the search engine marketing industry.
Last year during his speech at the UofU Online Marketing class, #Panda rolled out – what could happen this year?
Don’t miss it!
When: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 – 6 to 9pm
Become a member now to ensure you have a seat at this event: http://www.slcsem.org/membership/
Join us for an evening of exceptional company, conversation and content. Drinks & food will be available.
NOTE: Free Tickets are only available to current SLC|SEM members on a first-come, first-serve basis. We do ask that members pre-register for each event as early as possible so that we may plan space and catering needs accordingly. Please note that not all events will have non-member tickets available.
Please DO NOT register unless you or your company has already purchased a individual or corporate membership. You can become a member of SLC|SEM online now and be guaranteed a seat to attend networking events with an annual membership. Membership seats are non-transferable to individuals not employed by the corporation holding a membership.
This evening seminar for search marketers in Utah will be held at our 2012 venue partner, The Leonardo – the newly renovated Arts, Science & Technology Museum in Downtown Salt Lake City.
Each month, we host our networking and educational seminars for search marketers at this fantastic venue. Registered attendees may tour the museum (on the same day of) our evening event at a reduced entry fee of just $5 (regularly $14!).
209 East 500 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Getting There & Parking:
- Ride Trax Light Rail to the Library stop!
- Metered street parking nearby / free in evenings (not available on 400 S.)
- Paid Parking in the underground Library Square lot, accessed on the south side of 400 S.