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Articles around SES San Francisco 2011

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Li Evans at SES San Francisco (#sessf): her Wrap Up

22 August 2011

Li Evans (@storyspinner) was one of the speakers at SES San Francisco. She reports from San Francisco exclusively for State of Search about her days at SES San Francisco....

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Li Evans interviews Avi Wilensky and Christian Georgeou at SES San Francisco

19 August 2011

Li Evans , author of the book Social Media Marketing, spent this week at SES San Francisco 2011 and took her camera to get us all updated about the conference. Below...

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Li Evans interviews Greg Jarboe and Eric Garulay at SES San Francisco

18 August 2011

Li Evans , author of the book Social Media Marketing (reviewed here), is at SES San Francisco 2011 and for State of Search she talks us through the event. We saw her...

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Li Evans (@storyspinner) Reporting on SES San Francisco: Day Two

18 August 2011

Li Evans , author of the book Social Media Marketing (reviewed here), is one of the speakers at SES San Francisco 2011. She is also a good friend of State of Search...

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A Speakers View on SES San Francisco: Li Evans (@storyspinner) reports

17 August 2011

This week in San Francisco it is SES San Francisco, the major online marketing event in San Francisco when it comes to search and social. Unfortunately we couldn’t be...

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Google Developer Timothy Jordan Talks Google+ for SES San Francisco

15 August 2011

This week San Francisco is host to one of the bigger SES Events in the year: SES San Francisco. Again many marketers will gather to absorb information from experts...

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