Google Announces Search Central Live Conferences

At our first event in November, Google announced their annual live search conferences are back and that one is scheduled for November 2022.

With nearly 300,000 speakers and 27 different NLP tracks, Google’s Search Central Live page is a treasure trove of conferences to attend. We will announce which ones we’re bringing to the platform so you can plan your next adventure!

Search Central is the ultimate search engine that creates a personalized experience for each and every visitor.

Google has come up with a new series of live conferences called Search Central Live. This is the rebranding from the now retired Webmaster Conference name.

The first event is scheduled to be held in Singapore on November 24, 2022.

Due to popular demand, registration for tickets to The Managed Cloud Telco Digital Reboot event is open until November 15th, with confirmation beginning on November 17.

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Search Central Live believes that the time for hardwork is upon us. We are ready to come together and make a difference in the digital marketing community. We have experience and insight from different industries, and our insights must be shared.

Search Central Live is an upcoming event that will follow a similar format to Google LIVE conferences before the pandemic shut down live events.

This ticketed event gave an opportunity for people to learn more about the progress of the industry, and gain access to exciting conversations, like with Gary Illyes, Google’s webmaster trends analyst.

Highlights for the new events include opportunities to learn how to improve search performance and valuable insights on if past events are indicative of these new ones. There may also be an opportunity to ask questions in real time with Googlers.

Google’s website promises that they’ll announce upcoming events soon. Given that the previous Webmaster Conference, which went to 15 different countries, it’s reasonable to expect the next Search Central Live to also go around the world.

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