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SES San Jose 2009

Wednesday, July 8, 2009 | Posted by to Events

THE search engine marketing and optimization event of the year is here. SES San Jose is a 4-day training and conference series that covers PPC management, keyword research, SEO, social media, link building, duplicate content, multiple site issues, video optimization and usability. This year, the keynote speakers are Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody and Nicholas Fox, Business Product Management Director for Google AdWords.

McEnery Convention Ctr
150 West San Carlos St.
San Jose, CA
August 10 -14, 2009

The conference runs August 11 - 13. August 10 and 14 are training days. A three-day pass for August 11 -13 costs $1995 - save $200 when you register before July 24.

Why Should You Go?
  1) It’s more and more important to know how to get your site to rank on the first page of search results. Less than 70% of users look past the first page.

  3) Search is very competitive and difficult to do right. The conference will demystify how search engines work and give you tools so that you can rank higher than your competitors.

  3) It isn’t enough to just do SEO. The conference will help you develop a search marketing and optimization strategy to increase your site traffic and measure results.

For full details visit the SES San Jose site.

Register here.

Still unsure if this conference is for you? Check out Search Engine Strategies’ Free Webcasts and Webinars to get a taste of what you’ll learn at the conference.

New to SES San Jose? Check out searchenginewatch.com’s article, SES San Jose Offers Conference Sessions for First Time Attendees


Crissy Campbell

Crissy took Japanese in high school. See more posts by Crissy Campbell. You can also find her marketing tips on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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