Search Engine Strategies San Jose Conference and Expo
The global SES Conference and Exposition Series educates tens of thousands of delegates each year, with a 98% satisfaction rate. In its 6th year, the SES San Jose conference is designed to appeal to new, intermediate and seasoned marketers looking to advance their SEM and SEO skills. From universal and blended search to the latest tactics in search friendly design, SES Toronto affords delegates...
Search Engine Strategies San Francisco Conference & Expo
As the reach of internet population
continues to grow, SES looks to trace the
economic implications and opportunities for
marketers. SES San Francisco
has compiled a new and ambitious program
with 90% of our agenda featuring all new
Registration has now opened. SAVE up to $600 on a pass when you register now through June 4.
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Intro to Search Marketing Workshop
Getting searchers to your site is great, getting them to do what you want is another story.
Learn the basics of search engine marketing by integrating design, navigation and usability into a strategy that increases website rankings. This session is designed to bring beginners up to speed very quickly and provide intermediate-level attendees with actionable information that they can implement...
Search & Analytics Workshop: Using Analytics to Increase Search Effectiveness
Rather than simply getting a checklist of "How-To's", you will learn the "Why?" Understanding the "Why" will enable you to ask the right questions in order to get the right answers in your analytics program.
Practical lessons include:
- Understanding the differences and common points among web analytics programs
- Establishing common terminology
- Establish Key Performance...
IT Performance:getting IT results with data, not intuition
The success and growth of every IT organization is dependent upon how it uses its critical data to track performance and make decisions. The principal is based on the understanding that "You don't get what you want, you get what you measure". In spite of this, far too many IT departments are overwhelmed with measures and underwhelmed with the results from those measures. Why?...