Live at Search Engine Strategies New York 2007

Apr 10, 2007 • 10:36 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Strategies 2007 New York
 

The SERoundtable team (minus Barry and Tamar) is covering many of the sessions at SES today. Barry and Tamar will be here tomorrow. I wanted to point out if there is any particular session that the reader want covered, leave the suggestion in the comments here. We have quite a few people today covering sessions such as myself Ben Pfeiffer, Chris Boggs, Debra Mastaler, Greg Meyers, Li Evans, Rob Kerry, and Kim Krause Berg. If you happen to see anyone of us, be sure to say hello.

So far the conference is PACKED again this year. Many of the sessions are standing room only. I noticing a lot more big business and companies with new SEO positions represented this year. Additionally have already meet a lot of people from Europe visiting this conference. This has been an ongoing trend over the years as one would expect for more and more businesses to create positions and send those people to learn more about SEO. What a testament to what is going on in this industry. Despite the changes over the last year, the basics are still important as ever it seems in the SEO process. The press room is also quite packed. The internet is fast and consistent (thank goodness) so a thank you to Incisive for making sure we are setup here. If you have followed us for a several years now, you know that we have covered the accessibility to internet for press at these conferences.

Some Recommended SES Sessions Today:

11:00-12:30pm Podcast & Audio Optimization

11:00-12:30pm Ads in A Quality Score World

2:00-3:30pm In House: Building The Team

2:00-3:30pm In House: Advertising In Social Media

4:00-5:30pm Where Are Your Spending Your Clients Money?

4:00-5:30pm Advanced Paid Search Tactics

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04/11/2007 04:36 am

Moving it to warmer NYC weather also helped ALOT - could you imagine another February like it was this year... Br-r-r-r Next year they should avoid doing it around tax time or right after the religous Holidays - maybe Late April or Early May - PERFECT!!!!!!! Really anticipating that keynote tomorrow - too bad there isn't one on Thursday ????

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