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#140conf: Falling In Love With The Real-Time Web

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Are you attending the #140conf next week? Ping me. We’ll hug. #140conf is described as “a platform for the worldwide twitter community to: listen, connect, share and engage with each other, while collectively exploring the effects of the emerging real-time internet on business.” But takeaways extend well beyond what one learns at #140conf events. Read on for… Read More

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Repent Ye Landing Page Sinners! Thine Baby is Ugly

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“Your baby is ugly.” What an endearing way to kick-off a presentation, right? Tim Ash’s session Seven Deadly Sins of Landing Page Design Optimization: The Definition guide to Testing and Tuning Conversions at eMetrics Canada 2010 had the audience engaged from start to finish and well into post-delivery. So what did he mean when he… Read More

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PubCon & Las Vegas, Faces, Places & Lobster Tails

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PubCon is a whirling dervish, a collage of kindred spirits, sites, sounds, intensive learning and hyper-techno-geeks. All of this is hyperbolic stew mashed up with a healthy heaping of Las Vegas kitsch & killer eats.  Here are some snapshots to capture a portion of the frenetic ultra-vibe.

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The Sweet Symmetry in Online Consumerism

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Ah, SearchEngineStrategies San Jose- so this is where Summer has been keeping the sun and warm weather? I knew yesterday’s keynote would be extremely well covered in search industry media, so my boss (Marty) suggested that I spend the evening to  ponder  Clay Shirky’s keynote, “Here Comes Everybody,” prior to my blogging.  He charged me… Read More

Consumer Behavior  /  Seminars  /  Social Media

SMX Advanced, Search Epicenter on Elliot Bay

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photo credit: ArtBrom Greetings from the Bay Auditorium, Bell Harbor International Conference Center Seattle Washington. There’s an amazing array of search geniuses and enough charismatic personalities for Vegas. The harbor air smells industrial and natural beauty overwhelming, it’s 7:30 AM and sold-out SMX Advanced 2009 is firing up!

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