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Category Archives: Industry Events
As one SES event finishes another starts, this time it’s Search Engine Strategies Chicago.
Every SES event is packed with valuable information relating to search engine optimization, keyword research, social media, local, link building, video optimization, site optimization, usability and more.
Some of the fundamentals you can take home from these events are:
- Search engine-friendly web design
- Link building and their importance in search
- Should you do in house search or outsource?
- How to manage pay-per-click campaigns
- Landing page optimization and converting more visitors
Speakers include Avinash Kaushik (Google), Jeffrey Hayzlett (Celebrity CMO, Best Selling Author & Former Kodak CMO) and Maile Ohye (Google).
November is always an exciting month for AddMe (well, me) it starts to
warm up and the beach looks far more inviting. November also brings the
much anticipated Digital Marketing and Media Summit held by Elite Media Group.
The summit occurs every November and attracts heads of industry from
both sides of the “screen”. Each year is themed giving the summit
direction and the delegates a clear understanding about what’s in store
for them, this year’s theme: “What Next?”
Let’s take a breather from all this hardcore SEO / Twitter stuff for
the time being and have a quick look at an interesting search engine I
found the other day, Goby.com.
In the words of the Goby creators:
“Goby (GO-be) is a new search engine that’s all about finding fun ways to spend your free time, from a weekend to a week off.”
Using Goby you can create your own adventure, at the least you can get
an idea of what’s on in your surrounding areas or regions you are
headed to on the weekend / during the week.
The up and coming ad:tech / Content Revenue Strategies conference in
New York is a must attend event for anyone who is a publisher or
ad:tech – November 4-6, 2009
ad:tech provides media, marketing and technology professionals with the
tools and techniques they need to succeed in a changing digital world.
With 10 shows in 7 countries, ad:tech’s globally respected speakers,
workshops and exhibitors continue to make it the one industry event all
online business must attend.
Content Revenue Strategies (CRS) – November 5, 2009
CRS is focused on small to mid-sized publishers looking for insider
tips on how to maximize AdSense revenue, increase revenue opportunities
via contextual optimization technologies, advertising network exchanges
and the latest affiliate/lead generation alternatives.