Weather delayed my arrival in Toronto for the start of Search Engine Strategies, but I was able to catch up quickly by reading what other journalists and bloggers were saying about the SEM conference. Here's a roundup of the top stories and blog posts that I found this evening:
SES Toronto Day 1: State of Search Marketing in Canada
Andrew Goodman of Traffick provides a brief update from conference-land.
Hello from Search Engine Strategies 2008 Toronto!
Joey deVilla, aka The Accordion Guy, covered Fredrick Marckini's Opening Keynote and the best thing in the goodie bag given to attendees.
Notes From SES Toronto 2008: Day One
Toronto Mike's Blog threw down a quick entry with some thoughts about search engine marketing.
Going to Search Engine Strategies (SES) Toronto 08
nicolask7 of Montreal Social Media covered some of the panels as well as the other Montrealers at SES Toronto.
SES Toronto 2008: Opening Keynote
Louis-Dominic of Adviso covered the opening keynote.
SES Toronto 2008: Universal and blended search
Simon Lamarche of Innovation Web is covering the SEM conference in French: "Nous sommes actuellement Ã Toronto pour le SES Toronto 2008."
Updates - Exciting News on the Foush!!
Rahaf Harfoush is live-blogging the Toronto Search Engine Strategies Conference.
As a result of both Twitter and SES Toronto 2008, Mike of Drop the Mike Blog had the pleasure to meet up with and spend some time with a very good up and coming Internet Marketer, David Snyder.
Getting Authoritative Online Mentions (SES Toronto)
Stephan Spencer came in late to the "Beyond Linkbait: Getting Authoritative Online Mentions" session, but he did have notes from Jim Hedger's presentation for Scatterings.
SES Toronto - Day 1
Evan Carmichael of the YoungEntrepreneur.com Blog outlines the sessions that he's selected to follow at SES Toronto.
The Original Search Marketing Event is Back!
SES Denver (Oct 16) offers an intense day of learning all the critical aspects of search engine optimization (SEO) and paid search advertising (PPC). The mission of SES remains the same as it did from the start - to help you master being found on search engines. Register today!