Catching Up After SES Toronto 2005

May 6, 2005 - 10:43 am 0 by
Filed Under SES Toronto 2005

Sorry for the lack of posting today, I have at least two things in mind that I want to share with you. One, I think, would be really interesting, a future thought provoking concept. But until I catch up with real work, let me summarize the conference sessions that I covered.

For a complete listing of sessions I covered, please visit Search Engine Strategies 2005 Toronto Archives. Within there you should see coverage on:

- Cleaning Up Spam & Other Messes - Organic Listings Forum - Buying Search Engine Advertising - Balancing Paid & Organic Listings - Link Strategies 2005 - Perfecting Paid Listings - The Search Engine Landscape - Language & Domain Name Issues

The conference was relaxing compared to New York, San Jose, or Chicago. I enjoyed it very much, met a ton of new people, caught up with a ton of old people and so on.

Regarding SES London, I really do want to go, but the flight cost is way too much at this time for me to consider. With SES Sweden, last October, I wanted an excuse to visit family in that neck of the woods, but the current fares for London from New York are crazy.


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