San Diego, California – (via THE
HOSTING NEWS) – August 16, 2005 – Silicon Space, Inc. has announced
that senior representatives from Google, Intel, Nielsen//NetRatings,
IBM, About.com/The New York Times, and Global Strategies will be featured at
an event hosted by Silicon Space, entitled ”Defining Enterprise Search Marketing Success.”
Going beyond traditional search marketing topics, this full-day executive seminar will focus on the challenges and opportunities of search marketing that are unique to complex, global enterprises. Participants will hear from industry leader Google and many of its customers to learn how these leading organizations have successfully driven high value results across multiple business units, worldwide.
A highlight of this seminar will be the keynote presentation from Martin Laetsch, Manager, Worldwide Search at Intel. During the keynote session entitled ”Global Considerations and Challenges,” Laetsch will discuss industry best practices.
Additional presentations and panel discussions on the agenda include, ”Search and the Media Mix,” a presentation by Charles Buchwalter of Nielsen/NetRatings – ”Search and the Brand Impact,” a presentation by John Topping of Google – ”Developing the Business Case and Internal Promotion,” a presentation by Bill Hunt of Global Strategies and Marshall Simmonds of About.com/The New York Times. – ”Channel Partners, Affiliates, and Co-Marketing Challenges,” a presentation by Dema Zlotin of Silicon Space – ”Program Execution, Change Management, Tools and Analytics,” with panelists from Intel, About.com/The New York Times, Silicon Space, and Global Strategies presenting case studies from P and G, BP, IBM, and others.
The event is to be held on Friday, August 26, 2005 at La Valencia Hotel in La Jolla, California. More information about this event can be found at http://www.SEMDirector.com or by calling Gail Gessert at 619.326.6600 ext. 140.