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:

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.


Dixon Jones

An award-winning Search and Internet Marketer. Search Personality of the year Lifetime achievement award Outstanding technology individual of the year International public speaker for 20 years in the field of SEO and Internet Marketing, including: Pubcon; Search Engine Strategies (SMX); Brighton SEO; Ungagged; Search Leeds; State of Search; RIMC and many more.