ASK GOOGLE: Virtual Inhouse SEO Meeting @SMX

with John Müller, Webmaster Trends Analyst and Martin Splitt, Developer Advocate WTA, Google

Tuesday, 15th March, 2022
  • Participation for corporate SEOs and marketers only
  • Neutral networking and exchange (no agencies, no vendors)
  • Even though SMX Munich 2021 is taking place virtually, you don’t have to miss the official in-house SEO meeting.

    • Maximum 100 participants
    • Exclusive meeting for Inhouse SEOs from companies (no consultants/no providers).
    • Your questions directly to Google

    As always, the round is neutral and this time you can submit your questions during registration.

    Participation

    If you would like to attend the Inhouse SEO Meeting, please register here:

    https://forms.gle/teA1pdaJ1QobRGXC8

    Participation in the Inhouse SEO Meeting does not require participation in the SMX. SMX participants will get preference should the meeting be fully booked, as in the past years. Even though we have more space virtually of course, we want to make sure that the number of attendees is not too big and everyone gets a chance to ask their questions.

    We are looking forward to an exciting exchange!


    John Mueller
    John Mueller

    Webmaster Trends Analyst

    Google

    John coordinates Google Search webmaster & developer outreach efforts as a webmaster trends analyst. He and his team connect the Google-internal world of Search engineering, to those who create and optimize public websites. Together, they help to bring an understanding of the external web ecosystem to internal teams, and help publishers make awesome websites that work well for users and search engines. John joined Google in 2007 and works in Zuerich, Switzerland.

    Martin Splitt
    Martin Splitt

    Developer Advocate, Webmaster Trends Analyst Team

    Google Switzerland

    Martin is a developer advocate on the Webmaster Trends Analyst team at Google Switzerland. In this role, he helps developers and content creators to build great content on the web. He is involved with the web standards community as well as the global web and JavaScript developer community, working to keep the web open.

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