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  1. Go to SES Berlin or SES Chicago for Eight Days A-Learning

    Bill will be the keynote speaker at SES Berlin 2009. Thomas talked about the history of SES in Germany and says the current speaker line-up is the best the conference has seen so far, including coverage of such topics as social media, PPC, organic...

  2. Advanced SES Toronto '09 blog coverage

    Kerstin Baker-Ash  SES in the T dotToronto speaker Q SES Toronto Pre-Show Interview: Julie Batten, Klick CommunicationsSearch Engine Watch    Q  What IT pros need to know about Search Engine StrategiesPPC-Advice  SES Toronto pre-show interview...

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

    From now on, if an SES speaker ever utters a buzzword, they will . Which was about the time that Guy Kawasaki, the co-founder of, was giving his opening keynote at SES New York about "Twitter as a Tool for Social Media.

  4. SES Chicago 2008 Recap

    A particular champion of search engine guidelines (who had once derided the conference's speakers) was in attendance as a speaker, and there was some feeling that shouting would erupt. Monday was led off by a valuable keynote from Professor...

  5. Top 10 stories from SES Chicago 2008 on Day 2

    Grant Crowell of ReelSEO writes, “We caught up with Professor Lawrence Lessig, founder of Standford Law school's Center for Internet and Society, and the opening Keynote Speaker the Search Engine Strategies Chicago 2008 conference for ‘Remix...

  6. SES San Jose 2008: Top Stories from Day 1 of Conference

    Lee Siegel, author of Against the Machine, was the opening keynote speaker at SES San Jose Orion Keynote Panel: How Much Search Is Enough? Dana Larson of the Online Marketing Blog writes, “Right after lunch today (which was pretty darn good ) was...

  7. Top ten stories from SES New York – Day 2

    Anne Kennedy, Managing Partner of Beyond Ink, interviews Nick Carr, the opening keynote speaker at the Search Engine Strategies conference in New York City and the author of The Big Switch: Rewiring the Word, from Edison to Google.