- Posted by Eric Lander
- On September 16, 2008
- 2 Comments
It’s a long ride from our office in Coventry Rhode Island but we’re putting our SEMNE membership to use! I’m joining three other team members and two designers (including Hunter Satterwhite) from the ADP and BZ Results teams, and we’re making the 99 mile drive to Trumbull Connecticut for tonight’s Search Engine Marketing New England (SEMNE) event,
The SEMNE event was originally slated to have Vanessa Fox‘s panel of Using Marketing to Enhance Your Search Traffic. Vanessa will be unable to make it due to the passing of a family member though, and our thoughts are with Vanessa during what’s certainly a difficult time.
Tonight’s presentation of Using Marketing to Enhance Your Search Traffic will discuss how marketing can (and should) be used to enhance your search engine traffic. With speakers Chris Elwell, Dawn Briggs and Robert Jackson – I’m really looking forward to tonight’s event.
If you’re in the NY Metro Area or Connecticut and can make the drive, I’d love to meet up and talk search with you. Here’s the complete event details…
Trumbull Marriott Merritt Parkway
180 Hawley Lane
Trumbull, CT 06611
Admission is free to SEMNE Members and $49 for non-members.
Online registration is available for this event.
Thanks to the SEMNE Crew
As always, much thanks goes out to Pauline Kerbici and Jill Whalen, the co-founders of SEMNE – as well as Jonathan Hochman who helps with the CT based events and coordination.
The Last SEMNE Event: Getting Into Google
I haven’t had a chance to make it to many of the events since we bought our corporate membership, but I have found them to be very rewarding on a number of levels.
The last event I attended was back in May of 2007 and it featured Dan Crow, Director of Crawl Systems for Google. SEMNE has a complete write up of that event including a photo of Brandy up there. Jill also had a write up in High Rankings that’s worth a read.
I’ll try to get a full post recapping tonight’s event on the blog in the next day or so.
Don’t froget to find me if you’re going!