SES London 2010 LondonSEO Party

by Rob Kerry - Posted on

The LondonSEO crew are happy to announce our traditional post-SES London party, at your favourite venue – the Camden Head pub. Located just across the road from the conference venue, the Camden Head is a proper British boozer. The event will kick-off at 6pm on Thursday 18th February, so get it in your diaries!

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This year’s sponsor is Search Engine Strategies themselves, who have kindly offered to stick a big wad of cash behind the bar for your drinking pleasure! There’s still time to register for this year’s conference if you haven’t already.

For beers – simply give one of the LondonSEO organisers your business card and we’ll give you a wristband for free pints. If you’re new to LondonSEO, people at the event will be happy to point us out. The upstairs of the pub has been booked out and we can overspill into the downstairs bar if necessary. Anyone interested in Search Marketing or internet marketing in general is more than welcome to attend – no invitation necessary.

We look forward to seeing you all there 🙂

Camden Head Pub

29 thoughts on “SES London 2010 LondonSEO Party

  1. Well against all my better judgement and despite many many previous no-shows I will deffo be attending this time.

    Ekky – you owe me beer
    Rob – you owe me beer

  2. Hi there,

    I have recently found out about your event and was wondering if you could point me in the dirction as to where I can sign up?

  3. We’re out in the sticks (Teddington) and are looking forward to a few beers and a few nights in London – looking forward to meeting you all there.

  4. guys, this is the evening I catch my train back to France… I dont suppose you could kindly rearrange this do for the day before, would you? : ) …I might have time to pop in and have one then head off to St Pancras

  5. Why is it that Paul can come to a London SEO where I will not be???

    Well I do at least expect a drunken text message from Jane, Lisa, Ciaran, and Rob (the usual, without Ciaran calling me names) please. Otherwise…you better hope the field’s too wet to plow and I won’t be dancing.

  6. Well I attended the conference and was looking forward to a few drinks, but when the sponsor did not turn up I left with a lot of other people through spite and went elsewhere. I must say I was thoroughly disappointed.

    Conference itself was good, was brilliant catching up to David Naylor and Dixon Jones, been a few years since I have seen them.

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