One of the many challenges of search marketing is getting answers from the search engines. On December 1, we thought we’d help out.
At Search Marketing Now, we’re going to give SEL readers the opportunity to ask questions, live, of representatives from Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft. This SMN webcast, “Ask the Search Engines: War Stories from the World Tour” starts at 1 PM Eastern and will run about an hour. It’s free, and registration is open.
The webcast is patterned after live events that were hosted by iProspect this past fall. iProspect and representatives from the search engines traveled to 10 cities around the U.S. hosting events for 15-25 search engine marketers in each city. At these events the iProspect and search engine executives flew totally without a net – no PowerPoint slides, no charts, no graphs, and with no rehearsals held in advance. They simply arrived in each city prepared to answer any and all questions about search engine marketing put to them.
You can submit your questions in advance, when you register. We’ll select some of these questions in advance, to get the conversation going. We’ll also take questions live, during the webcast.
Based on the iProspect live events, we’re bound to discuss some of these themes: the Yahoo!/Bing merger; biggest missed opportunities in today’s economy; has mobile search really arrived—and more.
Speakers on this webcast:
John Shea, Account Executive, National Agency Team, Google Patrick Harris, National Sales Manager, Microsoft Rob Wilk, Director – Search Optimization & Strategy, Yahoo Bill Muller, CMO of iProspect Brian Kaminski, EVP, iProspect
Thanks to iProspect for sponsoring this webcast, and to the search engines for speaking.