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  1. Matt Cutts on SEO, PageRank, Spam & the Future of Google Search at Pubcon Las Vegas

    Matt Cutts kicked off day two at Pubcon with another of his signature keynotes, dispelling myths, talking about spammers and about Jason Calcanis’ keynote from day one, at the urging of the audience. While no new features were announced during his...

  2. 20:20 Vision: 20 Brands Share Insights on 20 Topics – Earned Media, Search & Social

    Keynote - The Digital CMO - Jim Brigden, Chief Client now they're actually learning how to predict them. Keynote - The Rise of Earned Media - Abe Thomas, GM, Microsoft from BrightEdge Technologies Keynote - The Digital CMO - Jeremy Sanchez, CEO...

  3. Exploiting Tomorrow: As New Virtual World Features Develop, Security Struggles To Catch Up

    This includes keynote speakers, big speeches, and a general sense of what and where the platform is headed in the next year. Though RedZone itself is gone from the grid, other systems that claim to do "not quite" what RZ did are still available...

  4. Maile Ohye: Google Loves Your Ugly Baby, Plus the Future of Search #SESChi

    According to Maile Ohye, today's keynote presenter at SES Chicago 2010, not much has changed with the introduction of Google Instant. It was an eye-opening keynote panel that I wish we could have extended for a few more hours, but I'm guessing we...

  5. Yahoo and the Future of Search

    It's a shame really, because so many people left before the last day and missed the morning keynote speech by Andrew Tomkins, Yahoo's chief scientist for search. For some excellent coverage of the keynote, see Lisa Barone's blog post on the Bruce...

  6. Travel Search: Up Close and Personal

    All of the above trends were underscored in the keynote presentation by Nancy Ramamurthi, Chief Marketing Officer for SideStep.com, who predicted that travel search will grow to over 100 million unique visitors in the next three to five years, and...

  7. Google CEO Chats with the BBC About Online Info, Click Fraud (Not a Problem So Far), 20% Time, and the Competition

    After Larry Page's keynote presentation was finished at CES he headed backstage for a press conference with well-known press members and bloggers. Interviewer asks about abuse of advertising systems and click fraud.