Posted July 28, 2010 4:26 pm by with 4 comments

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I have good news and bad news.

First the bad news: Search Engine Strategies San Jose is no more. 🙁


That’s cos the good news is that the event has been renamed SES and the location changed to San Francisco! I so got you with that one, didn’t I?

Well, there’s more. SES is now part of the broader Connected Marketing Week which runs from August 16-20 at the Moscone Center in San Fran. Connected Marketing Week features five full days of themed subjects on search marketing, micro-blogging, social media, international online marketing, ad networks and exchanges, and much more. Each day will include panels, events, and networking opportunities for all involved.

In addition to SES, the week also includes a half day ClickZ BlogworkZ forum featuring discussion panels on the latest trends in blogging and a specific panel on how bloggers are impacting the reputation of multi-million dollar businesses.

You’ll find me hanging out at Connected Marketing Week. On Monday, I’m on a ClickZ panel will Robert Scoble–the first time I believe we’ve been on the same panel together. And, later in the week, you’ll find me at SES–teaching you how to manage your Google reputation.

So, are you coming?

The early bird discount ends on July 30th and Marketing Pilgrim readers can get another 20% discount by using the code SPGSF20

See you there!

  • Being on a panel with Scoble is great…though one can’t guarantee that you’ll be able to speak when sharing the stage :.)

  • I’ll be there for SES, Tuesday – Thursday – as part of my 2010 commitment to prove I can be a conference junky like the best of them 🙂 I am curious though to see whether this new joint venture thing is going to salvage what has slowly been a sinking ship…


  • Planning to attend my first ever SES this year , super excited ! Looking forward to some great sessions and awesome networking – hope to meet you there 🙂