Search Engine Strategies New York City 2007

Venue: Hilton New York

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 10, 2007 End Date/Time: Apr 13, 2007
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Please note the later Spring dates for SES New York '07. If you've never been to a Search Engine Strategies event in New York City, this is a "must-attend". The industry converges for a week of spirited discussion, high-level learning and attendees leave with actionable battle plans to go forward with for their companies. For SES Alumni, there will be so much new content and developments that you'll need to stay on top of and should consider bringing your whole team!

See you in New York!

Here's a quick snapshot of what to expect in '07:
Event Overview:

* Delivers real-time actionable information you need to grow your business through search engine marketing.

* Teaches the ins-and-outs of search engine marketing from top search experts and the search engines themselves.

* Provides a unique setting to network with fellow marketers and search engine industry professionals and discuss the trends in search engine marketing.

* Grants access to the world's most comprehensive gathering of search engine marketing & optimization-related solutions providers and potential partners & affiliates.

* Get the latest event information at the SES Event Blog

Search Engine Strategies Conference & Expo 2007 will feature presentations and panel discussions that cover all aspects of search engine-related promotion.

What You Will Learn:

* how search engines list Web sites for free and through paid placements

* how to get free "organic" traffic by building a site that pleases search engines and your visitors

* how to efficiently purchase listings guaranteed to rank your company at the top of search engine results

* how to calculate the ROI of your search marketing efforts by tracking your visitors from the time they hit your site until they buy—and get tips on improving conversion if they don't!

* how to build links that generate traffic to your Web site, and how to avoid the penalties of "spamming" the search engines

* what's coming next in the constantly evolving world of Web search, and how you can profit from those changes