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Recap Of SEW Forums Live Event At Disneyland

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I was on vacation over the past two weeks in Southern California, but I took a few hours off to leave my family at Disneyland and walk over to the nearby Disneyland Hotel, where we held our second SEW Forums Live event. We had about 130 people come to the low-cost, low-key session on search. I joined a panel with a number of our SEW Forums moderators, with the entire event put together by SEW Forums editor Elisabeth Osmeloski. Below, coverage of the presentations and questions that you may find interesting:

  • Search Engine Watch Forums LIVE Anaheim, CA from SEW Forums moderator Joe Morin recaps everyone who took part, including Joe who did a great job with his presentation. Joe highlights the heavy in-house SEM attendees that turned out and some of the presentations and questions we all took.
  • Search Engine Watch Forums Live from Michael Nguyen gives you more depth on two of the presentations (Nacho on multilingual and local search, Joe on measuring your site's health).
  • Search Engine Watch Forums Live - Disneyland from Mike Valentine also covers the presentations, including Alex's "Getting The Second Click" one and Jen on contextual ad news and tips, plus covers the questions that came up.
  • Search Engine Watch Forums LIVE! Anaheim, California - October 27th! is a discussion thread on the event at the SEW Forums. Most is pre-event organization, but there are some post comments at the end -- and those who attended are welcomed to add more.

Thanks to everyone who took part on the panel, those who turned out and Yahoo for buying the drinks afterward!

Yep, there will be another event like this in the future, very likely to hit Seattle next. We'll let you know via the blog and the Search Engine Watch Forums.

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