Search Engine Strategies Conference and Expo is ready for its next show in March 2009. The next expo is scheduled to be held between March 23rd and 27th in New York. Kevin Ryan hosts this event and it is packed with almost 70 sessions. As usual, this time as well SES Expo is expected to attract hundreds of SEO experts and SEO enthusiasts who are keen to expand their knowledge in SEO. We can expect more crowds this time because everyone is expecting to increase their revenue in these times of financial slowdown.
Participants can get discounted accommodation at Hilton New York. If you register for the conference before March 6, you will be able to get early bird offer of $200 discount. The package cost is $1995 after March 6 and if you register before March 6, you will be able to register for $1795. This includes from day one, March 23 to March 26 and does not include the additional training on March 23 and 27. You also choose to register for one or two days and the cost would vary accordingly. Two days package and one day package does not have any offer price or early bird offer. It will cost $1345 and $845 for two day and one day package. Those who want to take part in the training on 23 March will have to pay $1345, which will also include entry to keynote sessions and expo hall. Those who wish to take part in the training on March 27 will have to pay $1245 and this would allow entry to training, keynote sessions and expo hall. Those who want entry pass just to the expo hall and to attend the keynote sessions will be charged a fee of $50 on site and free if registered in advance.
This expo has attracted a lot of big exhibitors including Google. Some of the other popular companies participating in this conference include 7Search, Click Forensics, ASK sponsored listings, LivePerson, Microsoft, PRWeb, Yahoo, YellowPages, etc. The starting day morning keynote will be given by John Gerzema, the author of Brand Bubble. Other top speakers in the conference include, Kevin Ryan, Guy Kawasaki – Founding Partner, Garage Technology Ventures, Matthew Bailey – President, Site Logic Marketing, Sandra Cheng -Product Manager, Google, Dave Evans – VP, Digital Voodoo, Paul Forster – CEO, Indeed, Marcus Tandler – CEO, Creativity in Action, Richard Zwicky – Founder & CEO, Enquisite, Anna Maria Virzi – Executive Editor, ClickZ.
Some of the interesting sessions include – Meaningful SEO Metrics: Going Beyond the Numbers , SEO: Where to Next, Survival of the Fittest 2.0, Thinking Outside of Your Website: Branding Without Borders, Budget Migration: Going Digital Without Impacting Your Brand, Advanced SEO Strategies: Integrating Analytics, Usability, Persuasion and Journalism, Four Paths to Success in a Tough Travel Economy
Political Search: Preparing for Search in 2010 and Online Communities: A Bonanza of Content for Searchers and Search Engines.