Google is the elephant in the keynote. When I worked at NBC we were negotiating with Microsoft to create a WebMD-like service. I remember the MS guy across the table at one point said “we don’t think you’re prepared to lose money for ten years”. He was right. Sounds like Microsoft is prepared to lose […]
So I think I am going to try and encapsulate each session I attend in only one or two sentences since there will be plenty of other bloggers giving you the blow-by-blow.
I will be sort of liveblogging SMX Advanced next week – maybe. I say “maybe” because every attendee at the show will probably be liveblogging it, Twittering it, Sphinning it and generally doing anything they can to make sure you know that this is the most awesome search marketing event in the land. Maybe I’ll […]
For those of you who tuned into my discussion with Mr. Internet Poker yesterday I thought it would be helpful to understand why I do not put nofollow tags on links to commenters. My good friend, Mr. Andy Beard, puts it best in his post Why You Should NoFollow Your Blog Comments? So if you […]
And I’m not talking about Larry Craig here. Twitter is already starting to pay off. Don Campbell followed me and I in turn followed him. Don tweeted about this summary of an interview with Brad Bird of Pixar about innovation which turned out to be excellent. One of my favorite take-aways about how Steve Jobs […]
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Sorry guys. Putting out some fires. Should be back this afternoon.
Just saw this on Techcrunch while spacing out to a local search presentation.
For all of my readers who are not at the Kelsey conference feel free to ping me with any questions you would like me to ask any of the speakers. Info on the speakers here.
Just got here. Sorry readers and Rob Barret whose keynote I just walked in on. Will start spewing forth local search gems shortly.