State of Search

Search Is Just the Start

Monday - Tuesday
October 9-10, 2017
Dallas, TX

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Join us October 9th & 10th for the annual State of Search 2017, an urban conference like no other. Set in Dallas, TX, a destination in its own right, we offer the best, brightest, and boldest place learn from a Who's Who in What's What.

The greatest minds in digital marketing will be sharing their knowledge in an intimate setting presented by the Dallas/Fort Worth Search Engine Marketing Association. The 2016 conference was bigger than ever, and this year’s will build on that success to provide even more actionable intelligence — whether you’re in-house, in an agency, or in business for yourself.

We'll be back at historic Gilley’s, a honky tonk and event space founded in 1971 stuffed full of the kind of history only Dallas can offer. That’s right: More space. More speakers. More Texas.

And buckle up for the keynotes, y’all. Dr. Pete of Moz fame, the inimitable Gillian Muessig, Back Azimuth's Bill Hunt, and State of Search favorite Duane Forrester are all taking the stage. Yeah. We're impressed, too.

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No matter where you are in your online marketing journey, from digital newbie to digital veteran, State of Search offers a Texas-sized dose of insight and inspiration from leading marketing pros, including:

  • Extensive programming on SEO, local SEO, PPC, and social media marketing
  • A space outside the dull suburban conference room surrounded by the energy of Dallas’ resurgent South Side
  • Networking opportunities each evening that will redefine the conference party
  • Industry experts from all across the country at a fraction of the cost of other national conventions

There’s nothing like State of Search. Leave the neckties and high heels at home and join us for the premiere digital marketing conference in the South.

Ticket prices go up the first of September, so don't miss out!

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