A search for Matt Bailey brings up Matt's blog in the #1 position with his bio page directly below that. In the third position is his bio at search engine guide, then his business website taking up the next two spots below that. If you're really looking for Matt, you can't miss him! Looking for his company name, a search for Site Logic and Site Logic Marketing both produce the company's website in the number one and two spots. I did notice something interesting here, both sitelogic.com and sitelogicmarketing.com produce the same sites. 301 anyone? … [Read more...] about A Look at Search Engine Strategies Speakers and How Well They Brand Themselves, Part I
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Looking for Todd Malicoat in Google certainly doesn't uncover any findability issues. The top two spots are Todd's website and about us page. The top ten are all Todd, including a video result from PubCon. Of course, if you only know Todd's handle "stuntdubl" you could be in a bit more trouple, depending on how you choose to spell it. A search for stunt double starts us off on the road to nowhere as Todd cannot be found on the home page. A second search for stuntdouble is equally dissappointing. Hm... how else might someone spell that? Let's try stuntduble. Finally some good news. The top spot is a post on the stuntdubl.com website, but what's this? No mention of Todd. Andy Hagans noted in the result there instead. Way to go Andy! Finally, five results down (if you look carefully) you can see a result that actually mentions Todd with "Stuntduble" bolded. Another couple of places down we find another mention of "Stuntduble" which is a reference to Todd's website, but the URL in the … [Read more...] about A Look at Search Engine Strategies Speakers and How Well They Brand Themselves, Part II
I’ve recently received word that CLickZ Events and Search Engine Strategies have officially closed down. The event series of conferences has been shut down and apparently will no longer be holding events in the future. Based in New York City, the event series has closed down both in New York and in Asia.The SES web site does not resolve: … [Read more...] about Search Engine Strategies, Industries First Conference Shuts Down
I wonder...do you think they've attended a Search Engine Strategies conference in the last several years? Read any blogs written by industry experts? If they had, they might realize that search engine optimization is moving away from formulas at lightening speed. With the introduction of universal search, 3D search and personalized search, engines are serving up unique content to different users who enter the exact same search query. … [Read more...] about Search Engines are PEOPLE!
I’ve chaired 41 search conferences over the years. I counted! But chairing an event is like conducting an orchestra. OK, I’ve never conducted an orchestra. But I know the conductor can’t make music alone. You have a team, and I’ve been fortunate to have great teams to work. My current team at Third Door is amazing, and huge thanks to them for all they’ve achieved. … [Read more...] about 10 Year Retrospective: Search Engine Strategies To SMX: Search Marketing Expo