Archive for the ‘Liveblogging’ Category

Google Announces New Features – Live Tweeting Recap

Earlier today, Google held a live stream webcast where they announced several innovations that will help users experience a more enjoyable search process. I watched the event live, and tweeted snippets from the event, so I figured I’d post them here for those of you who weren’t able to watch, or weren’t aware of the [...]

My SES SF Conference LiveTweeting and Liveblogging Coverage Day 1

Okay so by now, you may have learned that I really enjoy liveblogging. It all started at SMX Advanced, where Susan Esparza from Bruce Clay Inc. corralled a few of us into pitching in when Virginia Nussey couldn’t make it. And when I saw Lisa Barone from Outspoken Media tweet that she too couldn’t attend [...]

My SMX Advanced Liveblogging Index

Okay so many of you know already that Dana Lookadoo, Gil Reich, and I pitched in to help Susan Esparza with liveblogging of SMX Advanced earlier in the week. But since my contributions are all spread out, I figured I’d provide a consolidated post that provides links to each of the individual session articles. And [...]

You & A with Matt Cutts – SMX Advanced

As this session was the most anticipated during day one of SMX Advanced, and Susan Esparza wasn’t going to miss it for anything in the world, she liveblogged this for the Bruce Clay blog.  Personally, I just wanted an excuse to sit up front after rushing downstairs from my liveblogging of the “Demystifying Online Attribution” [...]

So You Want To Test SEO?

This is a liveblogging post of the “So You Want to Test SEO?” session from SMX Advanced that I’d done originally for the Bruce Clay blog, however at the time I wasn’t aware that one was also being written by Gil Reich, and that his was the one they ended up going with – a [...]