Normally, events like SES London 2011 generate a great deal of buzz during the conference. But a dozen bloggers are already blogging about the leading search and social marketing event, which doesn't get underway until next week.
Jonathan Allen of Search Engine Watch posted "Wassup #SESLondon? 1 Cowboy CEO, 1 Ship Parrrty, 10 Solo Sessions & 50 Jaamit Tributes."
Lee Odden posted "Why You Need a Content Marketing Strategy" at TopRank Online Marketing Blog.
Bas Van Den Beld interviewed Mel Carson as one of a dozen "SES pre-show speaker interviews" by State of Search.
Otilia Otlacan of Ad Operations Online posted "SES London Conference & Expo 2011: Search and Social Media Top Priority For UK Marketers."
Max Holloway of Wordtracker posted "Why I want to go to SES London 2011."
Simone Schuurer of the Microsoft adCenter Blog posted "Have your say at a Microsoft Advertising Focus Group at SES London."
Dave Naylor posted "Speaking at SES London - 22nd - 24th February 2011."
Rob Kerry of London SEO posted "The LondonSEO Big Party at SES London 2011."
Lisa Meyers of SEO Chicks posted "SES London Networking Party - 23rd Feb 2011."
Joanna Butler of Search Engine Chocolate posted "SES London 2011 Networking Party: Wednesday 23rd February."
Alison Groves of Raven Tools posted "Raven heads to SES London."
And I posted "Jeffrey Hayzlett To Keynote at SES London 2011 in Cowboy Boots" on this blog back in December.
Jeff Hayzlett to keynote at SES London 2011
So, based on the pre-event buzz, it appears that SES London 2011 continues to get bigger and better year-on-year. See you on that side of the pond next week.
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