The founder of Webmama, Barbara Coll, is set to speak during the 2012 Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference, to be held at the Hilton Nordica Hotel in Reykjavik on March 9th.
Barabara Coll is an internationally recognised expert in search engine marketing. She prides herself in understanding the ins and outs of B2B enterprise marketing and the unique challenges B2B companies face in implementing SEO, and paid search optimisation recommendations.
She founded WebMama.com in 1996 and has since been highly successfully in helping start-up companies and brand-name clients achieve their goals of driving high quality visitors to their websites.
Now in its 9th year, the 2012 Internet Marketing event will be focusing on two tracks, mixing various topics in Internet communication and marketing, best practice tips and Social Media over one day.
Among other speakers already confirmed for RIMC 2012 include: Eli Pariser, The Filter Bubble; Ben Chapman, BBC; Charles Dowd, Facebook; Brent D. Payne, Tribune/BaldSEO; Motoko Hunt, Adobe; Phil Greenwood, Microsoft; Ludvik Høegh-Krohn, OMG; Ralph “Fantomeister” Tegtmeier, Pleromatrix; Peter van der Graaf, SearchSpecialist.nl; Mikkel DeMib, DeMib.com; and Matt Neal, BrightSparx.
The Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference (RIMC) is an essential networking tool for marketing and advertising people, web editors, sales and marketing managers, as well as directors of small and large businesses. The event is the result of an ambitious partnership between Nordic eMarketing, MBL.is and more.
Past RIMC events have all received overwhelmingly positive feedback, with an average of 250 attendees in attendance per event.
For further information concerning the 2012 Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference, visit www.rimc.is/en.