SES New York 2006 Coverage Recap

Missed last week's huge Search Engine Strategies show in New York? Here's a rundown on ways to read and listen to what happened.

Live Coverage

Barry Schwartz and team (see a photo of the gang here) were busy semi-live blogging many of the sessions. Here are pages with links to everything they did:


For the first time, we had podcasts coming out of the show. The links below will let you listen to session highlights, as well as the full keynote with Barry Diller.

Tagged Content

I encouraged everyone writing about the event to tag their stories so they could be found. Some people actually did, though, I wish more had to make it easier to point you at them. Here's the rundown:

  • Technorati: and ses ny 2006 will get you blog reports from across the web.
  • Flickr: sesny2006 gets you photos people have shared.
  • sesny2006 gets you bookmarked pages.
  • Yahoo My Web 2.0: sesny2006 gets you saved pages.

Out Of The Corner Of My Eye

I've been battling through something like 1,000 feed items and 400 emails that built up after the show, but here are some additional things I spotted as I was digging out:

  • SES NYC 2006 Wrap-Up: Jeremy Zawodny's guide to various reports.
  • Will SEMs Become "Metrics Marketers"?: From ClickZ, covers what I thought was one of the biggest takeaways from the show.

  • Matt Cutts & the Cuttlets: Another important take-away, not that Matt doesn't deserve his Cuttlets.
  • SES NYC 2006, Day 2: Probably Matt Cutts's biggest recap out of the show, but he did other blogging you can find via his blog home page.
  • SES Dreams For The Future: Just out from David Berkowitz, I like his express schwag suggestion :)
  • SES - Pimp My Site: Our third time for this session, and it gets a mini-Mardi Gras parade as the team helps a specialty confetti company who's manufacturing plant was destroyed during Hurricane Katrina. They provided the confetti showered upon attendees during the opening, which you can watch in this video clip.

More Coverage

The show's PR team also assembled a list of coverage they spotted each day. Here's the rundown they provide me. Did you do coverage that got missed? I can't go back and amend this because of time constraints, sorry. But you can let them know by contacting them (ses AT, so they can watch you in the future. They might also compile a longer list to go up on the Search Engine Strategies Blog, so there's a chance you might still get included there.