Category: SEO

IMC Vancouver 2010: The Line-up!

With just over a month away, IMC Vancouver 2010 is just finalizing the last speakers/presenters. The event seems to be forming as an IMC highlight event with its “crazy strong” line-up including a keynote address from illustrious Guy Kawasaki. IMC reports the keynote and focus of the conference will be “Simple Marketing”. Read more →

F5 Expo: Search Marketing in 2010 Session

The Search Marketing in 2010 session included the following panelists (left to right): Martin Stoddart, Senior Product Manager at Bing Vanessa Wynn-Williams, Associate Marketing Manager at Yahoo! Canada Ryan Kelly, Founder and CEO at Pear Analytics Read more →

Vancouver’s F5 Expo: Refreshing Business Stratagies

Last week I had the pleasure of attending the F5 expo in Vancouver. The event is produced by Lindsay Smith, the CEO and founder of Massive Media Inc. A company usually synonymous with fun tech socials in Vancouver. The conceptual inspiration of expo is a play on “F5 key”, thus dubbed: Refreshing Business Strategies. Lindsay has always had a knack Read more →

Advanced SEO Round Table

SES San Jose 2009 Review: Advanced SEO Round Table Search heavy weights gathered for the advanced SEO round table session. The panel consisted of: Richard Zwicky, Founder & CEO, Enquisite Matthew Bailey, SES Advisory Board & President, Site Logic Marketing Bruce Clay, President, Bruce Clay, Inc Mike Grehan, SES Advisory Board Co-Chair Todd Friesen, VP Search, Position Technologies Todd Malicoat,… Read more →

Extreme Makeover: Live Site Clinic

SES San Jose 2009 Review: Extreme Makeover: Live Site Clinic While sitting in Mrs. Li’s keynote I did a quick Google News search on SES. What came back? A Vancouver local’s SEO website on Matt Cutts being added to the panel Read more →

How to Prepare for the Future of Search

SES San Jose 2009 Review: Morning Keynote: How to Prepare for the Future of Search Bright and early Thursday morning co-author of Groundswell: winning in a world transformed by social technologies, Charlene Li took to the stage to review her suggestions on how to prepare for the future of search. Starting with the past she showed the audience what Google… Read more →