Special Events at Next Week’s SES San Jose

If you are coming to SES San Jose next week, there are several special events in the evenings — after the conference wraps up each day — that you won’t want to miss.

The first is The Internet Marketer’s Charity Party, which is raising money for the Children’s Hospital of Aurora, CO, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The party starts at 8:00 p.m. Monday evening and is being held at the Agenda Lounge, which is located at 399 1st Street. Donations are $40. For more information, go to the Internet Marketer’s Charity Party Site.

St.Patricks%20Day%20Pub%20Crawl%20at%20SES%20NY%202008.jpg Tuesday evening, there’s Google Dance – Glow in the Dark! All SES attendees are invited to attend the 7th annual Google Dance. Buses will depart from the San Jose Convention Center beginning at 6:30pm and run continuously until 11pm. Parking will also be available at the Shoreline Amphitheatre parking lot “C”, across the street from the Google campus. SES San Jose attendees will need to bring their badge, a printout of your RSVP confirmation, and a photo ID to get into the special event. I’m bringing my wife and daughter to the Google Dance in San Jose next week. They saw the Flickr photo on the left of Li Evans, my oldest son and I at the St. Patty’s Day Pub Crawl at SES New York back in March. And, for some strange reason, they no longer believe my geeky description of the Google Dances in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 or 2007. Man, one Flickr photo can screw up your whole search engine reputation management campaign.

And on Wednesday evening, there’s the WebmasterRadio.FM SearchBash. It starts at 7:15 p.m. — just blocks from the Convention Center. For the secret, undisclosed location of this special event, visit the WebmasterRadio.FM, Bruce Clay, Moniker, or PRWeb booths on Tuesday or Wednesday.

But wait! There’s more!

For a complete list of all the special events at SES San Jose, click on the anchor text link in this sentence. Or, check out the list compiled by Party Queen Becky Ryan over in the Search Engine Watch Forums.

Yes, it’s a dirty job. But someone has to do it.

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