Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2006 Promises to Deliver

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Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2006, August 7-10 at The San Jose Marriott, is gearing up to be a power-packed week for search engine marketers. Of the 73 sessions at this summer’s event, nearly 40 percent are new to the San Jose venue. That fact, as well as the Google Dance, are the two primary reasons for my attendance. I will be covering many of the sessions for Search Marketing Standard’s Blog throughout the week, and look forward to keeping you informed.

Many of the sessions and topics are similar to the New York and Chicago venues, although there seems to be a growing interest in leveraging social media and online communities for search. As search engine marketing (SEM) grows in popularity and acceptance by big brands, so too does the interest in multi-channel metrics and reputation management. For companies with an e-commerce component, there are a handful of tactical sessions. Additionally, look forward to the latest on video and news search.


Look for Search Marketing Standard’s coverage of Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2006 starting August 7th. See you at the show or on the blog.

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  1. For those wondering who this new mysterious poster is, it's actually our very own Mr. Kent Lewis - one of our regular writers.

    Kent will be following the day to day activities of Search Engine Strategies San Jose (from an insider's view) and will be reporting to all of our readers.

    One benefit of being a print publication is that with a press pass, we can get where no other man (or woman) has gone before, so this should be quite interesting!

    Kent - good luck!

    Boris
    p.s. Look out for Kent's article in the upcoming issue of Search Marketing Standard.

  2. Frances

    No need to ask Kent the musical question - "do you know the way to San Jose" (apologies to Burt Bacharach and Hal David). Are you planning a stop at the Googleplex while you're out in that neck of the woods? I don't think you can still "put a hundred down and buy a car" out that way, but a rental is possible! Have a great time and I'm looking forward to your posts.

  3. KentjLewis

    I will most certainly be stopping by Googleplex to sample the food, entertainment and hopefully secure a few insights into the latest algo updates from the drunk engineers at Google Dance. If I'm lucky, I might even drive away in a new car!