From novice to expert, Search Engine Strategies conferences traditionally provide immediate tactical insights regarding organic optimization, PPC, usability, ROI tracking/analytics, link building and much more.
This year aimClear welcomes respected guest bloggers Jeff Quipp (SearchEnginePeople) and Charlene Jaszewski (Uber-journalist) to our live blogging fold. Jeff will also be helping out with SearchEngineRoundTable’s award winning conference coverage.
aimClear Speaking @ SES
I’ll have the distinct honor of speaking March 19th in a session entitled “Social Search: The Next Step.” Kevin Heisler, Executive Editor, Search Engine Watch will moderate a very cool group of social media industry vets’ to ask “what will the evolution of social media mean to marketing as customer behavior becomes nearly impossible to manipulate?” You can also catch me at the IM-NY Charity Bash and a few of the other…um…”business” parties.
Don’t Miss SES New York!
There are daily seismic shifts in the search marketing world and this Hilton New York SEM seminar mainstay has a storied history of providing actionable data to take back home and use. It’s not too late for registration and it’s totally cool to just “walk in.” Things kick off on March 17 and run through the 20th. The “Expo,” featuring a veritable who’s who of SEM vendors, will be open from March 18-19.
Icing On the Cake
I highly recommend staying for the training sessions on March 21, especially Viral Marketing & Link Baiting taught by Jennifer Laycock, Search Engine Guide. Jennifer is a total grandmaster of link building and she’ll help attendees “gain a better understanding of the concepts, ideas and implementations that are required to launch a viral marketing or link baiting campaign.” I’ve learned tons from this groovy lady, beginning with last year’s installment of the very same training session.
Stay tuned for our coverage beginning Monday. I’ll join the fray in New York on the evening of the 18th. We hope to see you all there.