SchmoozeFest #SESNY: Rubbing Elbows in Style
Looks like that furry little so-and-so Punxsutawney Phil was wrong. Things are warming up here on the East coast just in time for search marketers to crawl out of their winter cocoons and into the session halls for Search Engine Strategies New York 2010.
SES means many things to us here at aimClear- it’s an opportunity to learn from seasoned thought-leaders as well as share a few tricks, tidbits and techniques of our own… a chance to talk shop in a dynamic, geektastic environment, to meet new folks and reconnect with old friends. It also means one very special event is on the agenda: The semi-annual aimClear/Clix Marketing SchmoozeFest.
We’ve noted from previous industry events including SES San Jose, SMX West and SMX East that end of Day 2 is the best time to nurture attendees’ fried brains with snacks and adult beverages. That’s why for one magical evening, aimClear’s Marty Weintraub and PPC Expert David Szetela (Clix Marketing) join forces to host SchmoozeFest, the can’t-miss social event on the SES NY calendar. This year’s edition is co-sponsored by our friends at Apogee Results, an Austin, TX search marketing firm. Special thanks to Bill Leake.
This exclusive networking shin-dig is a fabulous excuse for Marty and David to charm industry friends with lovely camaraderie, hilariously disturbing tales of yesteryear, “forgettable finger foods” and tasty, tasty cocktails. But we weren’t kidding about the exclusivity – only those sporting the coveted orange wristband are able to partake in the festivities (and any impending hangovers thereafter).
Already have your invitation? We’ll see you Wednesday, March 24th 7-9 PM, orange wristband at the ready. Feel you were unjustly left off the guest list? Ping Marty via Facebook or Twitter (@aimClear), or reach out to me (@beebow), Merry (@MerryMorud) or Manny (@MannyRivas).
Oh, and before then- check out our SES NY iPod giveaway page where you can enter to win one of three iPod Nanos with the swank inscription: #SESNY Search Engine Strategies 2010. Only KPIs are fun and friendship .