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25 spots now available: Protecting your Website from Attacks and PPC with Analytics Explained

From: Nathan O.
Sent on: Thursday, November 11, 2010 10:34 AM
We're pleased to announce a highly recommended speaker on website security, and the guys from a real 'think tank' in cost effective PPC and website Analytics.

We've just opened 25 spots, so you can RSVP here. If you've missed out, we will open the last 25 on Monday at 10.30am. There is also an automated waiting list available.

Speaker 1: Glyn will go through the four most common types of vulnerability exploited on web sites. These tend to work on the vast majority of websites, so just knowing about them and looking out for them will make your site considerably more secure. If there is more time he will then go on to discuss the really fun stuff. :)

Speaker 2: The 'Found.co.uk' team will cover some new thinking on combining PPC and Analytics technologies to ensure you get the best return on investment for any online advertising you're pursuing. Joe and his team from 'Found' will cover the details and technologies on the night.

Networking on the night: We'll be trying a new approach to making contact with other people at the meetup, so don't miss this one, in our brand new venue at the Radisson, near Tottenham Court Road.

Where:
Radisson Edwardian Kenilworth Hotel
97 Great Russell Street
WC1B 3LB
London
When:
This Thursday: 18th of November 2010 at 7.30pm
RSVP Here
Cost: Free - we have some great sponsors! Propel Recruitment & Logical Elements PHP Training

Kind Regards,
Nathan O'Hanlon - London Web Meetup Organiser - @nathanlon

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