SES London 2010 Snippets

During the week 15-19 February 2010 the OnlineXcellence team was in London soaking up knowledge from World’s leading edge practitioners of online search marketing at the Search Engine Strategies Conference.

We thought this post should signpost you to a number of comments made by those who were in attendance.

Rand Fishkin of SEOmoz who presented on the Monday and Tuesday before having to return to Seattle on Wednesday has put his thoughts together by commenting on his blog about some interesting tips and tidbits he picked up during the conference.

Jaamit Durani over at Fresh Egg done well in capturing like a true journalist what was being said during some of the presentations Avinash Kaushik is one of the smartest people in Analytics and the OnlineXcellence team are testimony to this having been able to spend some time in Avinash’s company when we were last at SES New York.

Read what Avinash had to say in his keynote speach as captured by Jaamit when he opened the SES London 2010 conference.

Jaamit also neatly captured the debate of SEO vs PPC where in the blue corner the SEO proponents we had Rand Fishkin, Dave Naylor and Ralph Tegtmeier against those in the red corner the PPC evangelists Andrew Goodman and Paul Mead.

And if you really want to see the power of social media marketing then we have to give a thumbs up to Jonathan Allen over at searchenginewatch. Jonathan’s has put together an excellent blog of statistics on the impact blogging had covering SES London 2010.
As we come across other useful links from what has been hailed as another fantastic event from the SES Strategies team, then we will post them here at the OnlineXcellence blog.
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2 Responses to “SES London 2010 Snippets”

  1. jaamit says:

    Hey guys, just dropping in to say thank you for the kind words and mentions of my posts, and good luck with this project. 🙂

  2. seo says:

    I think your blog is goodsome very interesting opinions in your articles. I’ve bookmarked this site and will come back again.

    Thanks 🙂

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