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Search Engine Strategies, Toronto

By Robert Gorell
June 12th, 2008

ses toronto keynoteWho: FutureNow co-founder and bestselling author of Call to Action and Waiting for Your Cat to Bark, Bryan Eisenberg will deliver a keynote address.

What: From the SES Toronto website:

“If you have never attended a Search Engine Strategies event before, plan on being at SES Toronto 2008. Even SES Toronto alumni need to attend because this industry has reinvented itself and SES Toronto 2008 will be fine-tuned to the latest developments. Don’t be left behind as your fellow marketers and SES Alumni gather to learn how to maximize search engine marketing and optimization opportunities, stay informed.”

  • Organized by two of the world’s leading search authorities, SES Toronto Conference Chairman, Andrew Goodman and SES Global Content Director, Kevin Ryan.
  • Delivers real-time actionable information you need to grow your business through search engine marketing;
  • Teaches the ins-and-outs of search engine marketing from top search experts and the search engines themselves;
  • Provides a unique setting to network with fellow marketers and search engine industry professionals and discuss the trends in search engine marketing;
  • Grants access to the world’s most comprehensive gathering of search engine marketing & optimization-related solutions providers and potential partners & affiliates

When: June 17-18, 2008

Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre | Toronto, Ontario

Why: Because SES is always worth the trip, but especially this one since Bryan’s keynote address is rumored to be so powerful, so top secret, that he won’t even discuss it with his humble co-workers! He must have something serious up his sleeve to share with the online marketing community.

How much: Tickets for are $695 CDN for a single day or $1,295 CDN for both days, but you should still click here for registration info.

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