Just a reminder for folks that Search Engine Strategies New York will be taking place in just over a month's time. SES NY is one of the premier search industry conferences and has been labelled as a "must attend" by conference organizers. According to the official SES site, SES NY will feature a ton of new content and developments that those involved in search marketing will need in order to stay on top of the latest happenings in search. There has been a lot going on in the world of search since the last SES conference.
The Search Engine Strategies conference is considered the leading global conference & expo series about search engine advertising, site optimization and online marketing issues. The 4-day conference will deliver 75 sessions and will feature some of the industry's most prolific personnel. SES NY 2007 celebrates it's 8th Anniversary and promises to be yet another top notch offering for those looking to discuss and learn more about search marketing.
Of the 75 sessions being presented, expect the following to be standing-room only.
- Big SEO - featuring a presentation by Bill Hunt, CEO, Global Strategies International
- Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues
- Putting Search Into The Marketing Mix
- B2B Tactics- featuring speakers such as Patricia Hursh, President, SmartSearch Marketing, Karen Breen Vogel, CEO, ClearGauge and Paul Slack, CEO, WebDex
- Link Baiting & Viral Search Success
These are but a sample of some of the great sessions that I would treat as "must attends". The fact is there are a lot of great sessions to attend. The one issue that I have when attending SES shows is that quite often there are multiple "must-attend" sessions that take place at the same time and it is impossible to attend both simultaneously. Not sure of a solution to this, but maybe in upcoming conferences they will figure somthing out.
For more on the scheduled sessions click on any of the following:
- SES NY Day One
- SES NY Day Two
- SES NY Day Three
- SES NY Day Four
I didn't see any sessions scheduled pertaining to the Personalization of Search, but I'm sure this too will happen in future SES Conferences.
For those attending SES NY, enjoy the conference, it's sure to be a good one.
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