We’re pleased to announce our impending coverage of SearchEngineStrategies San Jose 2009, August 11-13 at the McEnery Convention Ct.
aimClear bloggers will post articles, videos, and pictures to highlight critical takeaways from sessions they attend. We’ll also add the dimension of pre-scheduled Twitter coverage for select panels each day, allowing our readers to “tune-in” real-time and even contribute questions during sessions’ Q&A.
Search Engine Strategies is venerable authority-conference regarding Search Engine Marketing (SEM). The agenda is loaded with over 70 sessions spanning PPC management, SEO, video optimization, usability, social media, local/mobile, keyword research, link strategies, multiple site issues and more.
The conference is further distinguished by industry defining keynotes and grand exposition floor sporting 100+ search related companies offering search tools and services. (It’s worth attending SES just for the opportunity to learn of and about new tools. I go with a budget and get my hands dirty trying numerous utilities we’ve heard buzz about.)
I’ll be speaking on the “Geek Speak” track Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues panel. More and more site owners are worried about getting penalized as a result of duplicate content. Concerns are valid and we’ll discuss audit methods among other fascinating (geeky) topics. I’m pleased to join Shari Thurow, Founder & SEO Director, Omni Marketing Interactive, Greg Grothaus, Search Quality Team, Google, Sasi Parthasarathy, Program Manager, Bing and Ivan Davtchev, Lead Product Manager, Search Relevance, Yahoo! Search on the podium.
There’s still time to register here for SES San Jose. If you’re in the Bay Area, there’s no excuse! Lasso your boss and come on down. The networking opportunities are incredible. SES is a must-attend conference every year. You know the way. We’ll see you in San Jose