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  1. Leveraging Twitter & Facebook Ads at #SESChi

    Here, they offer a preview of great things to come in the Leveraging Twitter session, which I will be moderating. Social ads also help marketers build a strong online community, he said, which can lead to larger brand awareness and a larger...

  2. Hot Topics, Odd Stories at SES San Francisco and ClickZ Connected Marketing Week

    Beth Blecherman (@techmama), Founder, TechMamas.com, Eiiane Fiolet (@ubergizmo), Elisa Camahort (@ElisaC), Kristie Wells (@kristiewells), Social Media + Community Advocate, and Liza Sperling (@lizasperling) will participate in a session entitled...

  3. The Telegraph Integrates SEO into Editorial Process, Boosting Online Readership

    Last Friday, I interviewed one of the speakers at the session entitled, "Real Time SEO: No More Yesterday's News," at SES London 2010. I interviewed Sambles following the session. Julian Sambles, Head of Audience Development at the Telegraph, is a...

  4. U.S. Online Video Market Soars in July to 21.4 Billion Videos Viewed

    I actually talked about this a year ago at SES San Jose 2008 -- after speaking at a session entitled, Video Search Engine Optimization (VSEO). So, the session should have been called "video optimization" or "YouTube optimization" instead of "video...

  5. Ten Top Stories from Day 1 of SES New York

    Lisa Barone of Outspoken Media covered this session in a post appropriately entitled, "SEO -- Where to Next. John Gaffney of the Econsultancy Blog covered this session in a post entitled, "Century 21, Avon ring up total digital makeovers.

  6. Ten Top Stories from SES London 2009

    Paul Madden, an SEO Consultant in the UK also known as SEOidiot, covered the session for Search Marketing Gurus in a post entitled, "SES London - Orion Panel - SEO Where to Next? He wrote a post for the Microsoft adCenter Blog and Forum Community...

  7. SEO is Alive and Well and Looking for a Fight at SES London

    a special strategy session moderated by – you guessed it – Mike Grehan. But, now he's gone put together a unique roundtable session that will open the proceedings on day two of the leading global search engine marketing conference series.

  8. Video, Blogs and Twitter Top Trends at PubCon

    For example, I was sitting in the session entitled, Five Bloggers and a Microphone - What's The Worst That Can Happen? But, I could have just as easily looked at the session agenda grid for PubCon. But, you could also see the power of blogs at...

  9. Constructive feedback on online reputation management

    Three weeks ago, I wrote an article entitled, “Online Reputation Management Requires Cabinet War Rooms,” that reported on the Brand & Reputation Management session at last month's Search Engine Strategies conference in London.