SES San Francisco 2011 Live Blog Coverage Schedule

Aug 11, 2011 • 8:04 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under SES 2011 San Francisco

We will be at the SES San Francisco 2011 conference. Well, I personally won't be there but the coverage is provided by Ben Pfeiffer and Shanon Woodruff at RankSmart.

Here is our coverage schedule, it may change, but we expect you to be watching and participating with us during the event - we do real live blog coverage and we hope you can ask us questions and leave comments during the sessions.

Tuesday, August 16 - SES Conference Day 1

Information Architecture for the Modern Website – Ben Pfeiffer
Social Media Solutions on a Budget – Shanon Woodruff

Like Me! Social & Viral Content Tips for Making Your Brand More Sexy – Ben Pfeiffer
Advanced Keyword Modeling – Shanon Woodruff

Advanced Link Building, Panda Solutions, SEO Tools, and More! – Ben Pfeiffer
User Generated SEO – Shanon Woodruff

Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues – Ben Pfeiffer
Automating Social Media: Creating & Distributing the Message – Shanon Woodruff

Wednesday, August 17 - SES Conference Day 2

Killer Facebook Targeting Tactics – Ben Pfeiffer
Google + Facebook = Success: Getting More Lift With Social Media – Shanon Woodruff

Protecting Your Brand Online – Shanon Woodruff

Landing Page Optimization – Shanon Woodruff
HTML5: A Cowpath on a Cliff – Ben Pfeiffer

SEO Competitive Analysis – Ben Pfeiffer
SEW Labs - The Use of Video in Social Media – Shanon Woodruff

SEO is Dead. Long live SEO! – Ben Pfeiffer
Place Search & Facebook Ads: an Eye Tracking Story – Shanon Woodruff

Thursday, August 18 - SES Conference Day 3

SEO 2.0: Less is More – Ben Pfeiffer
Content Marketing Optimization – Shanon Woodruff

Social Media Signals in Search – Shanon Woodruff
Local + Social: the Future of Promotion – Ben Pfeiffer

SEW Labs - Social SEO – Shanon Woodruff
Search: Where to Next? – Ben Pfeiffer

Search on Mobile Devices, QR Codes, Mobile & Social: The Next Mobile Frontier – Shanon Woodruff
Getting More from Google+ and the +1 Button – Ben Pfeiffer

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