Search Engine Strategies (SES) San Jose, the Premier Silicon Valley Event, On Roster in 2008 for 10th Year
Popular Marketing Event Has Already Broken Record for Attendee and Sponsor/Exhibitor Registration Numbers
San Jose, CA – (THE HOSTING NEWS) – Savvy search engine marketers are awaiting the return of Search Engine Strategies (SES) San Jose, the interactive search marketing event of the year where delegates learn first hand the strategies and tactics available to them to grow their business online. The event, to be held at the San Jose Convention Center, August 18-21, 2008, is already drawing unprecedented interest from attendees and exhibitors alike.
SES San Jose marks its 10th anniversary this year with highly anticipated keynotes, seminars, Orion panels and intimate classroom-style training sessions. Each year, search newcomers and seasoned practitioners alike attend SES San Jose to hear from industry visionaries regarding the state of their industry and to network with their peers. This year’s event will provide invaluable insights into topics ranging from local search and social media to search privacy and click fraud. Attendees get practical, real-world knowledge they can apply to grow revenues and profits for their businesses.
The major search engines – Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft (Live.com) and Ask.com – will all be in attendance in addition to other industry leaders such as Bruce Clay, LookSmart, Atlas, Commission Junction, Omniture, ClickPath, Findology, ABCSearch, Acronym Media, Did-It, Efficient Frontier, Advertising.com, Business.com, iCrossing, iProspect, The Karcher Group, Digital Grit, Keyword Max, Optimost, Life Tips, Orange Soda, Acquisio, CPA Empire, SEO Inc., Click Forensics, Mountain Media, Market Motive, Trellian, Outrider, Goecart, Sage Rock, Unica, 7Search, SearchRev, iClimber, Ingenio, MarchEx, Impaqt, Tyloon Inc., Visual Sciences, Adapt, The Search Agency, Acxiom Digital, TMP, Ezanga, Offshoring.com, Moniker, Joe Bucks, and many more.
“With dozens of popular sessions and more than 70 sessions for every skill level, SES San Jose is the place to be for any marketer looking to hone skills and get a leg up on the competition,” said Kevin Ryan, VP Global Content for SES and Search Engine Watch, Incisive Media properties. “We’re proud to note that, as we mark this important ten-year milestone, SES San Jose has remained a highly respected venue for those looking to sharpen their skills in the evolving search space.”
An SES San Jose highlight each year is the Google Dance and 2008 will follow that tradition. SES attendees can flash their badges to gain entry to the event – an invitation-only party held on the Google campus.Â
Also slated for the 2008 event are a special awards program as well as a full day of training sessions offering additional growth and learning opportunities.
For more information, visit www.SearchEngineStrategies.com