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Saturday, October 1 • 13:30 - 14:30
BREAK-OUT - Driving traffic to your website & engage your audience
Must: If you want to learn all about improving user engagement in today's mobile and social world

In a world where information is everywhere, being able to pinpoint exactly what your users are looking for and providing it to them in a way that grabs their attention can be very challenging. But rest assured, by understanding what to look for and how to present it back you can significantly improve your ability to be found and ultimately improve your user engagement. Join us, and discover how Google provides the tools you need to make these connections and excel in this new world of the mobile and social web.


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On Saturday you can choose 1 Mini Masterclass (grey, 2 hours) OR 2 Break-out Sessions (orange, 1 hour each). You can’t follow 1 Mini Masterclass + 1 Break-out Session. If you select this combination we will manually unsubscribe you from the Break-out Session, so someone else can register for this session.

Speakers
avatar for Maurits Versteeg

Maurits Versteeg

Strategic Partner Manager, Google
Maurits Versteeg is a Strategic Partner Manager at Google and advices top tier publishers in the Benelux region on programmatic buying and yield management. Prior to his current role, he managed a portfolio of Dutch SMB clients and agencies, and consulted on Google best practices with relation to campaign optimization and implementation. Maurits is also a Co-Founder of the Hult Leadership Academy a club dedicated to creating a learning... Read More →


Saturday October 1, 2016 13:30 - 14:30
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