Search Engine Strategies in Chicago

I’m attending my first panel at SES Chicago. I chose to attend the session called Bulk Submit 2.0. The presenters include Amanda Camp, the Google engineer over Sitemaps, and Amit Kumar, the Yahoo manager over Site Explorer, along with two agency search marketers. Everyone is enthusiastic about the industry’s acceptance of a bulk site submit protocol at www.sitemaps.org. I will try to boil down all the advice from this session and others into future blog posts.

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  1. Glad you’re there Paul, I was at PubCon in Vegas last month but had to miss SES Chicago. I’d be interested in knowing which sessions you decided to attend, and I look forward to knowing what you learned.

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