As expected, the top story at SES New York 2010 for Day 1 was the keynote speech given by David Meerman Scott. Nathania Johnson of Search Engine Watch live blogged the keynote in a post entitled SES Day 1 Keynote: David Meerman Scott [LIVE BLOG].
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Liana Evans also wrote a post for Endless Plain entitled David Meerman Scott SES New York Keynote.
Lisa Barone of Outspoken Media wrote Opening Keynote with David Meerman Scott.
And I interviewed Scott about how the U.S. Air Force is using social media. That's right, the Air Force! Check it out.
Virginia Nussey of the Bruce Clay Blog wrote a top story entitled Search Marketing: Analyze This - Keynote Panel.
Meghan Keane of Econsultancy also covered the keynote panel in a post entitled SESNY: Can social networks replace Google?
Another top story was written by Barry Schwartz of RustyBrick. It was entitled, Augmented Reality: It's a Brave New World from SES NY 2010. He's using a live blogging tool to provide the real time coverage, so check that out as well as the story.
Rand Fishkin of SEOmoz wrote another top story entitled Link Magnets: A New Paradigm in Link Acquisition.
And Mel Carson of the Microsoft adCenter Blog wrote Stefan Weitz - a Bing Interview at SES NYC 2010. He also uploaded a video interview with Weitz.
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