Recent Search Engine Strategies conference has given us plenty of videos, filmed by Mike McDonald of WebProNews.
Rand and Michael discuss Google's policy on paid links, how Google uses fear, uncertainty and doubt, why there are some questions left still and what webmasters are supposed to do.
Also contains an indirect proof that Matt said that (something like) "nofollow is an option for the webmasters, not a requirement" during the session.
How retail can use user contributed content on their websites and in marketing and why it is important.
Patricia Hursh dwells upon things to remember about local search, such as:
- there is more than one way to reach local searchers
- you need to utilize local speak
- focus on decision criteria the customers have
Lee Odden on corporate, large scale SEO techniques.
Interview with Matt Bailey on website usability: how it relates to search, why it is important.
Todd Malicoat on social marketing and linkbait.
An interview with Vanessa Fox about Vanessa Fox: what she's been up to, how differently people treat her now, why she went to Zillow from Google and stuff.
Kim and Bill are interviewed about the conference, about the forums and so forth.
There are more 2007 San Jose SES videos from WPN, too.
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P.P.S. If you are an RSS reader, you might wonna click on the links to the videos, if you can't view them in the reader.
P.P.P.S. Posting might be light in this week or two (or three), as I try to take a vacation from the computer, but you can check these blogs and forums for interesting stuff: