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  1. State of Search: Strong SEM Industry Growth Projected in 2011

    PPC is as significant as ever, the SEM industry is stronger than ever and projected to grow 16 percent this year, and the Microsoft-Yahoo Search Alliance was well-received. According to IBIS World, the chart above shows several of the industries...

  2. Rip Van Winkle: "Things Change Fast in Today's World"

    SES New York Responds to Reasons Search Engine Marketers Attend SEM Conferences (prweb.com) And nearly four out of five Internet users visit a social networking site on a monthly basis, with Facebook and Twitter propelling much of the growth in the...

  3. Q&A with Marc Poirier, Co-Founder and CMO of Acquisio

    Answer: Acquisio SEARCH is the only productivity platform for SEM agencies. We are the only SEM platform whose mission is focused on helping agencies. Prior to his position at Acquisio, Marc was founder and president at Canalytics, a boutique SEM...

  4. SES New York is a Search Expo as well as an SEM Conference

    Most of the attention at SES New York is focused on the SEM conference. With tools and functionality that maximize SEM, SEO and social media optimization strategies for SMBs and enterprises alike, Ektron CMS400.NET delivers organizations' valuable...

  5. A Guide to Search Engine Strategies New York 2009

    The conference covers search engine optimization (SEO), paid search marketing (SEM or PPC), online public relations and blogging, and analytics and measurement of these tactics. After lunch, the Orion Panel "The State of Search - A Maturing...

  6. Search for SEM conference and find SES New York 2009

    Bill is just one of the many SEM experts who will be speaking at the SEM conference that our industry calls SES New York. When I conducted a search yesterday on Google for "SEM conference", the top sponsored listing was for Search Engine Strategies...

  7. Search Engine Optimization in a Down Economy

    Even those of us who work in growth industries (as I would classify the SEO/SEM industry) are affected. Organic search is experiencing "some" growth. Search may be very close to maturing as an industry.