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  1. SearchDay | The Search World's All A-Twitter

    Which was about the time that Guy Kawasaki, the co-founder of Alltop.com, was giving his opening keynote at SES New York about "Twitter as a Tool for Social Media. Was Guy Kawasaki's keynote too predictable?

  2. SearchDay | Choose the Right SEO Project Goals

    The opening keynote was by Guy Kawasaki, a founding partner and entrepreneur-in-residence at Garage Technology Ventures, who spoke about "Twitter as a Tool for Social Media. Today's Top Story: EricEnge

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

    The opening keynote was by Guy Kawasaki, a founding partner and entrepreneur-in-residence at Garage Technology Ventures, who spoke about "Twitter as a Tool for Social Media. Andrew LaVallee of The Wall Street Journal Digits Blog captured the top...

  4. SES New York Day 1 blog coverage

    SearchCowboys  Opening Keynote SES New York: Guy Kawasaki Econsultancy  Kawasaki opens his bag of Twitter tricks Elliot's blog  SES New York this week Search Engine Watch SES New York Search Brains SES New York - Come say hi!

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

    It's being given by Guy Kawasaki, the author of Reality Check and Founding Partner of Garage Technology Ventures. On Tuesday, March 24, the opening keynote at SES New York 2009 is entitled, "Twitter as a Tool for Social Media.

  6. Search Engine Industry has its own Version of March Madness

    And if you want a sneak preview of the opening keynote, listen to Guy Kawasaki speak during his Free Webcast at 10 a.m. Marianne discussed her favorite panels and also mentioned Evalir's partnership with Veille Magazine and Abondance in organizing...

  7. Guy Kawasaki and John Gerzema to Keynote at SES New York

    On Tuesday, March 24, 2009, Guy Kawasaki, Author of "Reality Check: The Irreverent Guide to Outsmarting, Outmanaging, and Outmarketing Your Competition" and Founding Partner of Garage Technology Ventures, will be giving the opening keynote, which...