Monday, November 18th, 2019

Better late than never! We’re a bit behind on some of our post SES content as we make the final few changes to the new Search Engine Watch (SEW) site. SES New York attendees got a glimpse of the new SEW logo and those at the Black/Hat White Hat Unconference event also got a sneak peak of our shiny new website. Both seem to have been warmly received. We’re still polishing the bells and whistles on the new site, so whilst you are waiting for that, you might want to connect with attendees from SES New York, via our Tweetwall…

If you attended SES New York 2001, then you probably saw the opening keynote, about 20 percent of the 70+ sessions, and a big batch of the almost 80 exhibitors and sponsors. If you didn’t attend the leading search and social marketing event, then you can still watch what could be called, “The Significant Seven,” the top videos from last week’s must-attend event….

There are three key reasons why you should go to SES New York 2011, which will be held March 21-25 at the Hilton New York. Attending the leading search and social marketing event will help you and your organization (1) keep up-to-date with industry trends, (2) see new products and services, and (3) maintain and build relationships….

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) has programmed a forum and track at SES New York 2011. The IAB is comprised of more than 500 leading media and technology companies who are responsible for selling 86 percent of online advertising in the United States….

Google’s Eric Schmidt says mobile is growing faster than predicted. There were more updates than you can shake a stick at during the Facebook February Frenzy. And to top things off, Google is shaking up the SERPs with their latest algorithm update. So, take my advice: Run, don’t walk, to SES New York 2011….

The keynote speaker at SES New York 2011 is Duncan Watts, a principal research scientist at Yahoo! Research, where he directs the Human Social Dynamics group. He’s also the author of the forthcoming book, Everything Is Obvious: *Once You Know the Answer….