Marcus Tandler about SES Berlin

Thu 26 November 2009 09:00, Bas van den Beld

Yesterday SES Berlin ended. The two day conference (with one extra day of training) was an almost all German conference. Ever the more reason to talk to Marcus Tandler (Mediadonis) about the conference!

For Searchcowboys Marcus Tandler, one of the most famous German SEOs, shared his thoughts on SES Berlin. A conference in his home country. He talks about the differences with international conferences and about the presentation he loved most.


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