If you are planning to attend Search Engine Strategies New York, which will be held March 17-20, 2008, you can save $600 on a Platinum Passport if you register today. And, if you aren’t sure whether to attend SES New York, check out the Conference at a Glance, which has just been posted.
On Monday, March 17, there will be an Orion Panel on “Getting Vertical Search Right.” That will be followed by an SES Super Session entitled, “How to Train Your Pets to Search.” This is a restricted session and you must register separately to attend. (No, I didn’t make this up.)
On Tuesday, March 18, the opening keynote will be given by Nick Carr, author of The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Google. Later that afternoon, there will be another Orion Panel on Universal Search.
On Wednesday, March 19, there will be another keynote by Gordon McLeod, President, The Wall Street Journal Digital Network, entitled, “Search Has Changed Everything… And So Can You.”
“But, wait! There’s more!” More than 60 conference sessions, including new ones like “Widgets and Gadgets are taking over, but what are they?”
So, if you decide to go, decide today to take advantage of the early bird special.
(While I should disclose that Search Engine Strategies New York is a client, I’ve been speaking at and writing about SES New York since 2004. And, in keeping with last week’s article, “It’s ‘Horses for Courses’ at SES London,” I should also disclose that no early birds were harmed in the writing of this post.)