SES London 2007 Coming Soon

Jan 25, 2007 • 8:01 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Conferences Coverage

Search Engine Strategies is coming to London in a few weeks. I will not be going to SES London, so I am not sure if we will have our typical SES coverage of the event. If you would like to sign up, you can do so at the SES site. It is taking place between February 13th and the 15th in the ExCeL London. For a quick glance of the sessions being given go here.

Rob, evilgreenmonkey, posted the *OFFICIAL* SES London 2007 Party and Events Schedule, so far this is what we got:

Monday 12th February Drinks and socialising in the Crowne Plaza Hotel bar. The traditional pre-conference shindig that gets everyone in the mood.

Tuesday 13th February No confirmed parties.

Wednesday 14th February Valentines Day - In contact with one possible sponsor although this spot is still up for grabs.

Thursday 15th February - confirming sponsor.

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Matt Trimmer

01/26/2007 12:14 am

Hi Barry, Happy to blog SEO London events I attend if you would like? You bloged my Chicago session some years back.

David Eaves

01/26/2007 02:05 am

I wanna go like, but £395 just for a day is a bit too expensive for me.


01/26/2007 10:38 am

Just come to the London SEO party then :)


01/26/2007 10:39 am

I think that I'm the only SER blogger going to SES London, so not sure if we can cover it here. There may be coverage on the SEW blog or SearchMarketPro though. It's currently being considered, that's for sure. David, unfortunately conferences can be expensive to attend no matter what industry you're in. If you're a freelancer, the cost of a 3 day pass can often be nothing compared to gaining a couple of potential leads or clients. It's not just a learning experience, in fact its more of a networking opportunity. I can give you a 10% discount coupon if that would help, or you could simply visit the exhibition part of the conference for free in order to get a feel for the event. You can get into the party on the last day with just an Exhibition Pass and a business card (although we may max out the venue capacity).

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