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Search Engine Strategies New York 2010

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About Search Engine Strategies New York 2010

Approximately 5,000 marketers and search engine optimization professionals attend SES New York each year to network and learn about topics such as PPC management, keyword research, SEO, social media, local, mobile, link building, duplicate content, multiple site issues, video optimization, site optimization, usability and more.

When?

22 – 26 February 2010, New York

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PLAY –¬†Bas van den Beld drops in at the Facebook booth and talks to one of their team members about Facebook Ads.

PLAY –¬†Director of Search Engine Watch Jonathan Allen tells Bas what the bloggers on his team gets out of covering a Search Engine Strategies Conference.

PLAY – Microsoft European adCenter Community Manager Mel Carson and Lisa Myers, CEO at Verve Search offer testimonials Bas some from a European perspective.

PLAY – A very special show this time coming straight from the webmasterradio booth at Search Engine Strategies New York 2010. While seated at the booth Bas was joined by Roy over Skype from Holland. Bas and Roy welcomed guests Jon and Lisa Myers, Dixon Jones and Dave Naylor. After the first break Richard Zwicky also joined into the discussion.

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