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  1. Reflecting on a Successful ClickZ Live New York & A Fond Farewell to Mike Grehan

    A culmination of several months' work and a year’s planning, ClickZ Live is the rebranded conference of the former SES and recognizes the ever-evolving changes taking place in the digital marketing industry, which has moved far beyond just search.

  2. Gaining Publicity With Social Talk Shows: Google+ Hangouts and Twitter Chats

    Eric Enge, CEO of Stone Consulting and Search Engine Watch contributor, hosts a Google+ Hangouts series appropriately named Masters of Google+ Series where you can hangout with some of the top influencers on Google+ and find out their secret sauce...

  3. Second Screen Engagement: Twitter VP @joell to Share Latest Trends #SESNY

    Mike Grehan, publisher of Search Engine Watch and ClickZ and producer of the SES international conference series, spoke about both keynote speakers during an interview last month at SES London 2013. Search Engine Watch (SEW) asked Joel Lunenfeld...

  4. Are the Brains of Search Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimization Sartorially Challenged?

    Still on the Top 10 SEM list after all these years is Mike Grehan, the Global VP of Content for SES, Search Engine Watch, and ClickZ as well as the Chair of the SES Advisory Board. So, you'll just have to watch the video below and try to guess...

  5. PPC or SEO? The Ultimate Search Marketing Battle - SES San Francisco

    It's my last day guest blogging for Search Engine Watch and I would kill for a good hand masseuse right about now. Can you believe we've reached the final day of SES? Mark Jackson (Vizion Interactive) is the moderator come referee, with fighters...

  6. Wear Your Cross Training Shoes to Connected Marketing Week

    Participating events include: ClickZ's BlogworkZ; the Email Experience Council's Email Marketer's Toolkit For Success; Bruce Clay's Search Engine Optimization Training; the Connected Marketing Meet WebmasterRadio.FM's SearchBash; the Email...