Category Seminars

Be A Search Conference JackAss In 8 Easy Steps


[Editor's note: This post is our continued dissemination of content from last week's  SearchEngineStrategies San Jose search marketing conference, where aimClear had 3 correspondents providing our readers notes and articles. The following is from our friend and blogger-associate, Charlene Jaszewski (BTW, don't piss Char off):] So I had my first belligerent search heckler experience in… Read More


aimClear Expands SES San Jose Coverage


We’re pleased to announce aimClearBlog’s expanded coverage of Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2008. Our stable of bloggers, packing off to the lovely California sun, includes terrific writers like Todd Mintz (Portland), Jennifer Osborne (Toronto) and Charlene Jaszewski (New York). Kicking off August 18th and running through the 21st, SES is one of the true… Read More

SEM  /  Seminars

Webcast: Using Real-Time Analytics to Enhance Content & Function


Tuesday, August 5, 2008 – 1:00 PM EDT (10:00 AM PD), aimClear had the pleasure of participating in a Search Marketing Now live Webcast, “Monetizing Social Search: Using Real-Time Analytics & Behavioral Tracking to Enhance Content & Function.” The on-demand link is located in the comment’s thread of this post.

Analytics  /  Seminars

SMX Local Mobile Grows Up: The Future Arrives


Last year in Denver SMX Local Mobile was a gathering of theorists, brilliant upstarts, handset manufacturers, fledgling platforms and edgy prognosticators. Keynote speaker Michael Jones looked skyward and evangelized Google Earth’s mission of placing the world’s information in geographical context. Experts introduced many of us to terms like on/off deck, walled gardens, and dumb pipes.… Read More

Local Search  /  Seminars

Minnesota: State of Big Brand Social Media


Big brand CEOs hear “Facebook home run this” & “YouTube revolution that,” but just try convincing any serious traditional enterprise-project stakeholder that social media hoopla will actually generate measurable ROI and isn’t downright dangerous. Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association (MIMA) presented a panel of experts last night in Minneapolis for a discussion speaking to issues surrounding… Read More

Minnesota  /  Seminars