Search Engine Strategies

Since 1999 Search Engine Strategies (SES) has been the leading international conference series for webmasters, digital agencies, online marketers, corporate decision makers.

Over the years SES has guided search marketers of all skill levels through the fast changing and complex world of search — the single fastest growing marketing sector.

The SES series operates under a variety of formats around the world. From large-scale multi-tracked conferences and exhibitions to more intimate forum style events & in-depth training courses drilling into the detail on specific topics.

But each event shares one thing in common: an absolute commitment to deliver the very finest speakers, the latest market intelligence and clear, actionable tips and tactics that delegates can apply the moment they get back to the office. By attending an SES event, you give yourself a competitive advantage over your fellow marketers that can transform both your business and your career.

Conference & Expo 2008 included study about:

  • 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.

Search Engine Strategies Events:

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Exhibit/Sponsorship Opportunities: For more information, contact Event Sales Department by completing form. Or e-mail or call 203–295–0052.


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