Win the largest marketing library next week at SES Chicago 2009

At SES Chicago 2009 on Wednesday, December 9, at 12:30 p.m., there will be a drawing to give away the “largest marketing library.” Attendees of Search Engine Strategies Chicago can enter their business cards up until just before the drawing.

The drawing will take place in the Exhibition Hall, and the lucky winner must be present to claim the prize. (If you are a twin or triplet, use the canonical tag to show that you are the original winner, not a duplicate.)

Here is a partial list of the titles to be given away:

If you read even a couple of these books, then you will be the smarter than a 5th grader. But wait! There’s more!

Andrew Goodman at SES London 2009.jpg The day before the drawing, there will be Author Luncheon in the Expo Hall (rear right) on Tuesday, December 8, from 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

You can have lunch and network with your favorite author and/or SES speaker. This special event includes:

Yes, yes, I should disclose that I’m the author listed above, but at least I’m listed last.

If this list looks long, it is — but these are only some of the authors who will be speaking at the event. As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, there will be more than 22 authors speaking at SES Chicago 2009.

And this was just handed to me: It appears that The BuyerSphere Project is now available online!

What is The BuyerSphere Project? Well, if you didn’t attend SES San Jose 2009, then you missed the session about a major B2B research initiative, conducted by Enquiro with input from Google,, Covario, Marketo and DemandBase, that showed most marketers aren’t effectively leveraging online assets to their best potential.

Here’s my interview with Gord Hotchkiss, President and CEO of Enquiro and author of The BuyerSphere Project.

This is, indeed, a ton of books. Perhaps, this is why Cyber Monday started on Black Friday for, as I reported this morning. Who knows.

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