Liana Evans of LiBeck Integrated Marketing to speak at Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference

Liana Evans,
 Co-Founder and CEO of LiBeck Integrated Marketing, has been announced as a guest speaker for the 2011 Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference (RIMC) in Iceland. The Internet marketing and social media conference is scheduled for 11th March 2011 in Reykjavik at the Smaralind Business Centre.

Liana is the author of the award winning social media marketing book, “Social Media Marketing: Engaging Strategies for Facebook, Twitter & Other Social Media” and she is the Co-Founder and CEO of LiBeck Integrated Marketing as well as an adjunct professor for Rutgers University’s Mini MBA Program. Liana is an established online marketing industry veteran with over 15 years experience specialising in Search Marketing and Social Media Marketing.

Previously, Liana was the Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Social Media Marketing architect for such companies as QVC, Comcast (Fancast) and has consulted with several other different sized companies such as AOL MovieFone. Her wealth of knowledge in dealing with large e-commerce and content sites allows her a wider perspective into what it takes to launch successful marketing campaigns in the online space.

Other speakers confirmed for RIMC 2011 will include: Rich Kelly, Facebook, Head of Mid Market Sales EMEA (UK); Alex Bennert, Wall Street Journal, Chief Search Strategist (U.S.); David Main, Dominion Marine, Head of Search Marketing (UK; Oscar Carreras,, SEO Manager (UK); Simon Heseltine, AOL Inc, Principal Marketing Manager News & Information Division (U.S.); Preston Carey, Yandex, Business Development Manager USA/EU (U.S.) and Alain Heureux, IAB Europe, President & CEO.

RIMC 2011 will be focusing on social media and the potentials of Internet Marketing, whilst also exploring the possibilities created by employing a structured promotional approach and advertising campaign.

The Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference 2011 is an indispensable networking tool for marketing and advertising people, sales and marketing managers, web editors, as well as directors of small and large businesses.

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