SES London, Search Training SF, SES NY

With a successful SES Paris Forum (pictures) behind us, the SES team is focusing its energy’s on a busy February and March:

SES London, kicks off on Tuesday February 19th and runs through Thursday February 22nd – a Search Training Day has also been added to the lineup on Friday February 23rd. Speakers highlights at this year’s event include keynote Nick Carr (Author, The Big Switch, Rewiring the World, From Edison to Google), Dr. Ralph Wilson (Web Marketing Today), David Naylor (SEO), Mikkel deMib Svendsen (, Jake Baillie (STN labs), Andrew Goodman (Page Zero Media), Matt Bailey (Site Logic), Brian Clifton (Google), Adam Lasnik (Google), Tor Crockatt (Microsoft), Mel Carson (Microsoft), Tom Alby (Ask), and Bill MacLachlan (Yahoo!).

Search Training Day San Francisco will be held on Thursday February 7th at the SF Hilton. Search Experts Debra Mastaler (Alliance-Link) and Liana Evans (KeyRelevance) are holding two day long crash courses in Link Building and Social Media, cornerstones of any SEO campaign. This must attend event is the first time SES is returning to the city of San Francisco since its inception 10 years ago.

The Agenda for SES New York was announced last week. The conference and exposition will be held in March this year (a bit earlier than years past) specifically Monday the 17th (yes, St Patrick’s Day) through Thursday the 20th. Keynotes and Orion Sessions have also been announced, including Nick Carr (Author, The Big Switch, Rewiring the World, From Edison to Google), Gordon McLeod (President, Wall St Journal), Jason Calacanis (Founder,, Andrew Tomkins (Chief Scientist, Yahoo!) and John Battelle (Author, The Search, and Founder and Chairman, Federated Media Publishing).

There will be some exciting networking events at both SES London and SES NYC so be sure to come ready to meet many new people in the space – stay tuned for announcements.

Lastly, don’t forget to catch Seth Godin live and unplugged this Wednesday January 23rd at 2PM EST.

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