Search Engine Strategies Conference Chicago 2003 Reviewed Article is Live

Dec 19, 2003 • 8:36 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Strategies 2003 Chicago
 

The Search Engine Strategies Conference Chicago 2003 Reviewed article is now live on my search engine articles page. It will also be sent to the Developer Shed network from SEO Chat.

Here is the introduction:

Search Engine Strategies Conference and Expo is an event that brings together most talented and famous Search Engine Marketing professionals in the world. This event is held several times a year all over the world, and is hosted by JupiterMedia and SearchEngineWatch.com. Danny Sullivan is the name behind the show, but people come to this event for many reasons including to learn about search engine optimization and marketing, to hear about advancements in the search engine industry, to meet prospects and attract new business, and simply to meet people in the industry face to face and have a good time.

I was privileged to be able to attend the full three-day conference in Chicago that took place from December 9, 2003 through December 11, 2003. I have compiled a detailed review of each day of the Search Engine Strategies (SES) conference at The Search Engine Roundtable Weblog; but I promised SEO Chat forum members to write an abbreviated and well-organized review of the conference. Overall, I recommend the conference to all those in the Web design, Internet marketing, advertising field, search engine optimization and search engine marketing field.

In the upcoming paragraphs I will cover the following:

- Overview of the Search Engine Strategies Conference - Topics at the Search Engine Strategies Conference: What you can expect to learn? - Advances in the Search Engine Industry and the RustyBrick Perspective - Networking Opportunities and Exhibitors at Chicago - The Search Engine Elite and Sometimes Wacky - Search Engine Strategies Chicago Conference Wrap-Up

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