When I speak at SES I get rated by the audience. Always scary. Here are my scores for my presentations at SES in San Jose a few weeks ago. I spoke on two sessions:
Session: SEO Through Blogs & Feeds
Session Score: 4.11
Speaking Score: 4.12
Session: Beyond Googling: Where Will Your Customers Be Searching in Five Years?
Session Score: 3.55
Speaking Score: 3.80
I did check… the scores are out of 5, not 10!
I do agree with the audience. I think “SEO Through Blogs and Feeds” offered real, practical ideas that people can take back to their businesses. “Beyond Google” is – by its nature – a little bit of crystal ball gazing. Interesting, but less readily affecting the bottom line.
My next presentations are:
- A4U Expo in October, Excel in October
- International Search Summit in November, in the British Library. (We have cheap tickets for this internet marketing conference.)
- Pubcon in Vegas in November. (I’m sure I should be displaying a badge for that somewhere)
I am also running an intensive training day in London at the end of October, with Andy Atkins-kruger from Webcertain. Not sure if this is public yet, but it is looking like a pretty decent organic SEO training day if you want to get to the heart of your SEO issues.