Besides working on a world-leading online marketing service, here at SEMrush we also focus greatly on offline marketing events. We believe that offline networking is a perfect chance to learn from the leading industry experts and meet fellow marketers. Stay tuned and we’ll introduce you to the world of the most prominent events. Check out our most accurate and up-to-date digital marketing events calendar!

SMX conferences are some of the most authoritative and informative marketing events today. So of course, we can’t miss them! On June 8-9, SEMrush team members attended SMX Paris.We wanted to share with you our impressions, links to the most informative presentations and some awesome pictures!
Long gone are the days of stuffing a website with numerous keywords and getting a bunch of backlinks to improve your rankings. Today’s SEO is a much more complicated and intricate process; it involves technical aspects, social media management, content creation and promotion, networking and communication.To truly be a successful specialist, one needs diverse experiences and knowledge, sometimes beyond what we consider traditional SEO skills.
The 2015 chapter of Google I/O has offered quite an optimistic picture on several tech fronts. The event unveiled Google's robust plan for the mobility, smart home and wearable and entertainment technologies of near future.There have been quite dazzling announcements that might transform the user and developer expectations in an altogether new way.
 Along with our community manager and marketing assistant, I attended the 2015 Philly Women in Tech Summit in April. The event included exciting keynote speakers such as Kelly Hoey and Renee Chenault-Fattah. A fantastic networking opportunity, the event featured several planned tracks. More importantly, I noticed some organic themes that came up in discussion. Here are four key things I learned at the Philly Women in Tech Summit.
A good expert never stops learning or sharing their knowledge. And you cannot beat the market just by sitting in your office; the most valuable revelations and experiences you get through meeting and communicating with like-minded people. Industry events are among the best ways to gain inspiration from the smartest minds, to network with potential partners and, of course, to meet the ones you’re working for – your audience.
 There are quite a few world-renowned digital marketing conferences: PubCon, SMX, MozCon and SASCon, to name a few. They all have an impressive history and gather dozens of speakers per event. Yet there's another worthwhile event you might not know about.Have you heard of The Marketing Festival in Brno.
Startup Marketing Conference 2014 is in the bag!Our own U.S. Director of Marketing, Michael Stricker, spoke at the fall event in San Francisco two weeks ago. He presented on “The Future of Search: Drive Big Profits with Competitive Intelligence“ alongside seasoned Internet marketer, Jamie Smith.Both men spoke about organic and paid search engine marketing for startups earlier in the month for a joint webinar. You can watch that video here.
SEMrush will be at UnGagged 2014, November 15-17, in Las Vegas. The inaugural "UNconference" is sponsored by BlackHat World.This event is sure to be unlike any other you've attended — there will be no censorship, no limits and no recordings, for starters.
Register for ClickZ Live San Francisco, and take $500 off of the on-site registration prices!The digital marketing show will be held August 11-14 in San Francisco. The four-day event will feature workshops, speakers and exhibitors, including yours truly, SEMrush.Get the promo code after the jump. Bonus: Early bird rates have been extended!
ClickZ Live (formerly known as SES Conference & Expo) will take place August 11-14 in San Francisco. The conference — for digital marketers, hosted by digital marketers — has taken on the identity of the industry's premier publication, event has a stellar lineup of speakers, plenty of networking opportunities and 50 sessions on 10 tracks. SEMrush will be in attendance and is a Gold Sponsor.