Prashant Puri, Director of Acquisition Marketing for Bookrenter.com, discusses his participation on the SES San Francisco 2010 panel on Bringing SEO In-House: The Pros and Cons.
Matthew Wood, Founder, a4uexpo, discusses his participation on the SES London 2010 panel on New Affiliate Opportunities and Strategies for attendees looking to get in to the world of affiliate marketing and become an affiliate for the first time.
SES London 2010 Moderators Erica Schmidt, SES Advisory Board andGlobal Search Director, iProspect and Jon Myers, SES Advisory Board and Head of Search/Associate Director, Mediavest discusses their participation moderating panel on Global SEO panel, Intro to SEM and Meaningful SEO Metrics.
Sally Falkow, social media strategist and President of PRESSfeed discusses her acknowledgement by PR News for being named PR Trainer of the Year. She also discusses her participation in the SES Chicago 2009 panel on Online PR: Where to Next?
Eric Enge, President of Stone Temple Consulting, talks about his new book The Art of SEO that he co-penned with Stephan Spencer, Rand Fishkin and Jessie Stricchiola. He also discusses his participation on the SES Chicago 2009 panel presentation on Duplicate Content and Multiple Site Issues.
Barg Upender, Founder, CEO, Mobomo discusses his SES Chicago 2009 panel presentation with fellow panelist Cindy Krum on Cool Mobile Apps, Augmented Reality.
Aaron Goldman, Managing Partner of Connectual and Marshall Clark
Group Director of Search for Organic, Inc. discuss their respective SES Chicago 2009 panel presentations on social search and distributive reputation systems.
Bill Leake, President and CEO of Apogee Search, discusses his participation on the SES Chicago 2009 panel on The Quest for Perfect Information, How Network Intelligence is Transforming Search.
Kevin M. Ryan, CMO, WebVisible, Inc. previews his SES Chicago 2009 presentation on what should be on your search radar for 2010 and beyond during the Search, What is Next panel.
Shari Thurow, Founder and SEO Director of Omni Marketing Interactive speaks about her input on the SEO Then and Now panel where they discusses the history of search and its evolving new trends.