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  1. Twitter DM Insecurity, SEO Tips, Latest on Google, Yahoo & Bing - Search Week in Review for Oct. 9, 2010

    SES New York 2011 - Speaking Submissions Now Being Accepted - SES Blog However, there is one industry that is pleading for candidates, SEM (Search Engine Marketing)! Shining a Spotlight on Video News - Google News Blog

  2. David Meerman Scott, Marketing Strategist and Author, to Be Interviewed in SES Webcast on February 16

    SEM) conference, being held at the New York Hilton, March 22- 26, In addition to the webcast, Scott is scheduled to deliver the opening keynote at SES New York, the industry's largest search engine marketing

  3. SearchDay | Don't Overlook Local Search Opportunities

    Twitter 101, Part 2 SEW EXPERTS: SEM 101 Part 1 was all about understanding Twitter, its benefits, and initial setup. Amber Naslund of Radian6 on Social Media for the Little Guy Posted by Greg Jarboe Apr 7, 2009 One of the sessions at SES New York...

  4. SearchDay | 3 Keys to a Successful Web Presence

    Twitter 101, Part 1 SEW EXPERTS: SEM 101 This three-part article is for those who are just getting started with Twitter or who simply want to know what it is and how it works. Posted by Greg Jarboe Mar 31, 2009 At SES New York last week, I was...

  5. SearchDay | Choose the Right SEO Project Goals

    SES New York is a Search Expo as well as an SEM Conference Posted by Greg Jarboe Mar 25, 2009 Most of the attention at SES New York is focused on the SEM conference. Setting up PPC Campaigns 101, Part 2 SEW EXPERTS: SEM 101 Don't be afraid to try...

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

    My post to the Search Engine Marketing News Blog on Search Engine Watch was entitled, "SES New York is a Search Expo as well as an SEM Conference. Andrew LaVallee of The Wall Street Journal Digits Blog captured the top story of SES New York in his...

  7. Facebook, YouTube and Twitter at SES New York! Oh, my!

    So, to help you navigate this socially awkward situation, here's an SEM guide to Facebook, and YouTube, and Twitter. This is not to be confused with the phrase "around the block a few times," which might mean an SEM remembers the "Florida" update...