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Manny Rivas

 

Chris Boggs SES V-Interview: On Structured Data, Personalization & Client Communication

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Chris Boggs is the Director of Search Engine Optimization at Rosetta, an interactive design agency.  He’s also the Associate Editor of the SearchEngineWatch forums,  has served on the SEMPO Board of Directors since 2006 and is well respected amongst search thought leaders.  I had a chance to score a couple of moments of Chris’ time,… Read More

Interviews

Serendipity, Kittens & Black Hat: Jonathan Allen V Interview

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Jonathan Allen, Search Marketing Specialist at Incisive Media, Director of Search Engine Watch and Co-Founder of Moblog:tech was kind enough to share a few moments of his time with us on day 3 of SES Chicago 2009. Check out the coverage below.

Interviews

Information Architecture: Are Your Customers Lost?

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So you’ve paid close attention to the SES Chicago 2009 coverage of PPC sessions, you’ve cleaned up your SEO and monitored analytics. OK, but how about the session dealing with the piece at the core of your website’s performance? We’re talking about information architecture here, and without it potential customers visiting your site will be… Read More

Usability

YouTube Optimization Clinic with Greg Jarboe

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The following is a summary of Greg Jarboe‘s SES Chicago ’09 YouTube & Video Optimization session moderated by Anne Kennedy, Founding Partner & CMO of Joblr.com; Managing Partner & Founder of Beyond Ink. Greg is President & Co-founder of SEO-PR. We all know Google rules search. Interestingly enough however, there were 10 billion videos watched… Read More

Video

The Future of Search: Are You Ready For Change?

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Welcome to those tuning in for  our SearchEngineStragtegies Chicago 2009 conference coverage. After a night of tossing and turning in a cold sweat, replaying the brutal defeat of my beloved Vikings :(, I’ve pulled myself together. Hey, at least SES Chi-town 2009 won’t let me down. My session today (first session of the day titled… Read More

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