Speaker: Kerry Dean
6:30pm - Registration
7:00pm - Presentation
8:00pm - Networking
Kerry Dean to Headline at DFWSEM
DFWSEM will play host in January to one of the most popular State of Search speakers to date. Kerry Dean wowed the Dallas conference crowd with his presentation “The Best SEO Advice That No One Will Give You.” On January 21st he makes his debut appearance at DFWSEM to talk about the State of SEO in 2015 and beyond.
Semantic search. Voice search. Machine Learning. These are some of the concepts dominating conversations about the future of search. For those working with websites built on outdated platforms these concepts and topics are no different than flying cars and teleportation.
How can we prepare for the future of SEO while still increasing organic traffic to modern or out-of-date websites? Kerry’s presentation will cover many fascinating and futuristic SEO ideas while also delivering strategies to help you get more out of your current sites.
About Kerry Dean
Kerry is Chief Traffic Officer at PMG, a full-time student of SEO who describes himself as both creative and a nerd. His #1 passion is teaching. Analytics, analysis, data visualization are some of the many things that make him love going to work every day.
As a child he took apart all of his electronic toys to see how the motors worked. Today, he does the same thing with websites. He loves to try new things just to see what will happen. Data is his best friend, and Imagination is his favorite tool.
Kerry is a TCU alum, has a BS in Economics, a Master’s in Education, and his goal is to learn something new every day. As long as that happens life for him is good.
PMG is a full-service digital agency well known for cultivating brands online utilizing digital media, social media, e-commerce usability, information architecture (IA), and creative design.
They ranked #61 on the 2014 Inc 500 list and were #5 among advertising and marketing companies.
PMG clients range from retail and luxury to hospitality and consumer packaged goods. The one thing they all have in common is the elusive trait of already being pioneers in their own space.
Founded in 2010, the agency has grown to 50 employees, expanded their Fort Worth based office space three times, and just opened an office in New York City.