5 November 2008

SMX London 2008 – Day 2 Session 3

After a typical conference lunch (chicken and cous-cous – hmmmmm, bland!) we head in to session 3, entitled “Search 3.0 – Video search and blended results”. As a big fan of universal search, I’m very interested to see what they have to say. First up to the podium was Tom Wilde from EveryZing, who talked about video SEO best practise.  …

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5 November 2008

SMX London 2008 – Day 2 Session 2

The second session of the day that interested me was moderated by the lovely Vanessa Fox, and was entitled “SEO for web 2.0 websites”. The panel once again included Dave Naylor, Nathan Baggia from Microsoft, Tom Critchlow from Distilled and possibly the jazziest-dresser I have ever seen on a panel – Mikkel deMib Svendsen from deMib.com. Nathan Baggia started off …

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5 November 2008

SMX London 2008 – Day 2 Session 1

The first session I attended this morning was the serious sounding “Industrial Strenth SEO” and included a number of heavy-duty speakers, including Richard Baxter of Cheapflights.co.uk, Gary Moyle of Guava (nee Neutralize) and Dave Naylor. First up was Gary Moyle,  who talked about the problem of Industrial Strength SEO compared to enterprise-level projects. The main differences are apparently the internal …

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4 November 2008

SMX London 2008 – Day 1 Session 2

After the excitement of session 1, we moved on to the world of the ‘Global Search Universe’ for session 2. If I’m perfectly honest, this session wasn’t half as interesting as the keynote speech, but I still got a fair bit out of it. However, my notes are more of a stream-of-consciousness than any useful text, so I’m simply going …

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4 November 2008

SMX London 2008 – Day 1 Session 1

Well it’s that time of year again and SMX London has rolled in to town, complete with most of the usual familiar faces (Chris Sherman is chairing, the lovely Vanessa Fox is in attendance – sadly no sign of Danny Sullivan…) and all the usual gubbins. I’ve been taking copious notes in the sessions I’ve been to so far, so …

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