Glimpse The Future Of Search At SMX West

We’ve just finalized the third keynote panel for SMX West, and it’s going to be a fascinating session. Gord Hotchkiss and I will be talking about the future of search with Ask.com CEO Jim Lanzone, Brad Goldberg, Microsoft’s General Manager, Search Business Group, and Google’s Director of Research, Peter Norvig.

This ‘Generation Next’ keynote discussion will have us talking about recent and current initiatives that are changing the search marketing landscape, and you can be sure we’ll ask the visionaries from these major search engines to gaze into their crystal balls and offer predictions of upcoming search trends.

Each day of SMX West features a keynote looking at what’s coming in search. On Day 1, Danny Sullivan will be talking about Search 3.0, Search 4.0 & Beyond. On Day 2, Louis Monier, who is currently Vice President of Products for stealth startup Cuill, will talk about the Past, Present & Future Of Search (Monier is one of the true pioneers of web search, having done stints with Google, eBay, and AltaVista).

Reserve your seat today for these keynote presentations as well as 50+ other cutting edge search marketing panels, and save up to $400 off admission if you register by this Friday, January 11.

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About The Author: (@CJSherman) is a Founding Editor of SearchEngineLand.com and President of Searchwise LLC, a Boulder Colorado based Web consulting firm. He also programs and co-chairs the Search Marketing Expo - SMX conference series.

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