Register Now For SMX Israel 2014

Oct 17, 2013 • 8:28 am | comments (20) by | Filed Under Search Engine Conferences Coverage

SMX Israel 2014I am incredibly happy to let you all know that I am chairing SMX Israel again in 2014 on January 26, 2014 - a Sunday. Go ahead - register now.

The show started off as a social gathering of like-minded people and now is more of an education and professional networking event.

The date is Sunday, January 26th and is at the Inbal Hotel in Jerusalem. The hotel provides an outstanding service, including the location, the incredible food, the space and WiFi that actually works!

Typically, the conference sells out early, so I urge you, if you are thinking of attending, register now. It is by far the cheapest SMX event you can go to. It only costs $150 if you register now, I think the price expires in 30 days and then goes up. The price includes full access to all the sessions, an outstanding lunch, free Wifi, networking and much more.

For those Americans who have never been to Israel, there is so much history, culture and amazing things to see. I'd recommend you give yourself at least 5 days to tour and enjoy, and spend a day at the conference. I actually timed it to coincide with the American Jewish day school break, so those American's who are off can plan a trip to Israel with the family and also do some work and networking while away.

I hope to announce more details on how to pitch to speak in the upcoming weeks. I'd like to formally thank our sponsors as well including Analytics Ninja, Majestic SEO, Universal McCann Search, Trusted Proxies, ZEFO, Rapidfire Consulting, AdCore, Kenshoo, Pixel/Point Press, aimClear & the Inbal Hotel. If you are interested in sponsoring, please contact me.

For a recap of the previous events, see SMX Israel 2013 recap and SMX Israel 2012 recap.

For more information about the event, see and please register ASAP - we will sell out!

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