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Neal Taylor

This would be a fascinating session! Wish I could attend - I live in Australia - so would love to know if this get's recorded or videoed! Shalom! Neal

David Derbyshire

is it just at oxford this time or is it touring?

jonny

just in oxford

Ian

Count me in but I can't find the info on which half of the day the half-day is (if you see what I mean)

Shalom

Jordan Hydro

This will be great for brand advertisers, as they will be able to reap the rewards of all the equity they have built up. Many policies (including the new Google trademark policy) work in favor of affiliates and resellers, while this goes back to Google roots and is benefiting the user experience and connecting them directly with the brand they are looking for.

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