SES Chicago & PubCon Vegas Next Week: Can’t Make It?

Next week, two major search marketing conferences, SES Chicago and PubCon Vegas, overlap each other. Danny covered more about this in December’s Battle Of The Search Conferences.

Can’t make one or the other? Personally, I am not going to either — this will be the first time I am missing either a PubCon Vegas or a SES Chicago in years! If you are like me and you don’t want to miss what the sessions are talking about then you are in luck. We are expecting detailed coverage of the two conferences from dozens of blogs across the Internet.

Both the Search Engine Roundtable and Bruce Clay blogs have posted their conference coverage schedules.

The Search Engine Roundtable’s schedule shows we are covering about 65 sessions across both conferences. Tamar Weinberg is leading up the PubCon coverage with help from Carolyn Shelby and Dave Rohrer, while Chris Boggs is leading up the SES Chicago coverage with help from Justin Davy, Marty Weintraub, and Steve Krull.

BruceClay’s team of bloggers is covering PubCon Vegas exclusively , and their schedule shows a total of about 30 sessions on the schedule. Lisa and Susan will be typing their brains out and then enjoying the Vegas nightlife.

Expect more coverage from SES from the aimClear blog and other sites.

I personally will try to write daily roundup posts over here of coverage from both conferences.

Related Topics: Channel: Industry | SEM Industry: Conferences

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About The Author: is Search Engine Land's News Editor and owns RustyBrick, a NY based web consulting firm. He also runs Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on very advanced SEM topics. Barry's personal blog is named Cartoon Barry and he can be followed on Twitter here. For more background information on Barry, see his full bio over here.

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