Second Annual Webpals SEO Conference Recap
For the second consecutive year, Webpals was proud to partner with SEO Simple to put together a first-rate SEO conference. Hundreds of SEO professionals gathered at Tel Aviv’s ZOA building for a full day of learning from a variety of experts about the latest trends in search engine optimization. In contrast to last year’s inaugural conference, which featured Webpals speakers almost exclusively, this year we broadened the conference’s appeal by inviting speakers from a variety of SEO agencies to join us.
Speakers at this year’s event included – in order of appearance – Webpals CEO Inbal Lavi, SEO Simple Founder Jacki Soikis, Webpals SEO Team Leader Chen Guttman, A-2-Z International Internet Marketing CEO Alon Zakai, and Sorezki Labs Founder Roi Sorezki.
The speakers shared a number of successful SEO strategies and tips on topics ranging from mobile-first indexing to online reputation management to website accessibility, and more
In addition, a number of new and interesting tools that have proven to be quite useful at achieving top search engine rankings were reviewed in depth.
Webpals Knows SEO
As Webpals CEO Inbal Lavi illustrated in her opening remarks, Webpals has grown into a multinational publicly-traded company from a small start-up largely due to our SEO efforts. While we’ve expanded far beyond the confines of SEO into a media and publishing powerhouse with over 2,000 websites, SEOs still make up quite a significant percentage of our 250+ employees.
As we continue to expand our operations into even more markets around the world, we’re constantly on the lookout for top SEOs to join us.
Beyond the Lectures
As with any top-tier conference, attendees utilized the breaks in between speakers to network with fellow professionals. Numerous Webpals SEOs were in attendance as well and many of them were approached repeatedly with questions about what it’s like to work at our company.
Aside from the informal kibitzing, Webpals had a proper booth set up where interested parties could register to inquire about open positions and, indeed, dozens upon dozens of people had left their contact details by the end of the day.
As successful as our second annual conference was, we know that our third annual SEO conference will be even better!