Search Marketing Madness is Back! Vote for Round One
March 18, 2014
Let the madness begin!
It’s officially tournament time and Search Marketing Madness is back. This week is round one and we’ll commence today with all four regionals – Best PPC Conference, Best PPC Blog, Best PPC Software, and Best PPC Manager.
The best part? The winner of the tournament gets a FREE registration to our favorite PPC conference (okay, so we might be a little biased, but still, its totally our favorite!): Hero Conf 2014. It’s the PPC conference of the year, and the winner of our annual Search Marketing Madness contest should absolutely be there!
Votes will be accepted until Friday, March 21 at noon EST. Tune back in on Monday when round two commences.
Here’s the schedule for the entire tournament:
March 18th – Round One
March 24th – Round Two
April 3 – Elite 8
April 7th – Final Four
April 10th – Championship
Final Champion Announced on Monday, April 14
Spread the word and start voting!
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