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Google Travels To India

Google search engine is now available to subscribers of Indian mobile phone company, Airtel.

Online Career Sites Remain Popular

The Internet plays a key role in many peoples lives. It can entertain and educate. It has also changed the landscape for both job seekers and employers. In October of this year there were 2.5 million new postings for available positions on job search sites or in online newspapers according to the Conference Board. The number marks a 28 percent increase from a year ago.

“Live Site Clinic” Sessions

Conferences are great learning experiences oftentimes, but I’ve always marveled at how unprepared some people come.

SES Social Media Optimization Panel

At the upcoming Search Engine Strategies conference in Chicago I’ll be sitting in on a panel about social media optimization.

Coldfusion Conference Pricing

I’ve seen a few comments about the cost of CFUNITED and the earlybird closing date. In the past, it’s not been something I’ve paid much attention to because I’ve always attended as a speaker and always gotten all my material in on time so TeraTech comps the fee and the hotel. If you don’t get your act together as a speaker, they still comp the conference but you pay for your hotel!

Blog World Conference 2007

Just learned of a new conference for bloggers, taking place in Las Vegas next November.

SEO Conference Tips and Tricks
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Since I’m shortly getting ready to head off to pubcon – I thought I’d put together a quick resource on tips and tricks for those newer to the show.

Things I Learned at the Web 2.0 Summit

After a weekend to reflect, I’ve come up with the Top 10 Things I Learned at the Web 2.0 Summit that was put on by O’Reilly and hosted by John Battelle.

Confabb Opens To Conference Attendees

Yesterday I was at Dave Winer’s house and got an early look at Confabb, a Web 2.0 site that just opened this morning.

Thumbs Down on Web 2.0 Conference

GigaOm weighs in with a mostly-thumbs-down on the Web 2.0 conference; seems the cause for complaint was a lot of excessive caution and cynicism, fueled by money.

PRWeb Podcast Rocks!

Our public relations firm consistently uses the PRWeb Podcast service for our clients, but I’ve not taken advantage of the service very often for our own PR efforts with TopRank.

The New PR in London

Heading into London this afternoon for the Delivering The New PR conference tomorrow.

Streaming Media Conference Video

The Streaming Media conference now has video of a lot of its sessions up.

Enterprise 2.0 in a Box

A small dream of mine came true. We’ve been preaching an ecosystem of tools for some time now. We’ve helped customers stitch them together in interesting ways.

Blogging at Melcrum’s Conference

Melcrum’s Strategic Communication Management Summit 2006 got underway about 25 minutes ago.

Six Questions for the Digital Marketing Conference

On October 19 I’ll be moderating a roundtable on paid search at the Canadian Marketing Association’s annual Digital Marketing Conference. (It’s been held at The Guvernment nightclub — why that had to be the venue is an interesting conversation in itself!)

GOOG Q3 Conference Call Next Week

Google will hold its quarterly conference call on Thursday, October 19, to discuss how the company fared in Q3 2006.

Vista Rolls Out At Digital Life

The WebProNews crew hit the Ziff Davis Media Digital Life conference at New York’s Javits Center and cast some digital media from the opening keynote back to the mothership.

Countdown to Oracle Open World

With all of the acquisitions Oracle has done over the past twelve plus months, this year’s Oracle Open World Conference is certain to set new records in both attendance and presentations.

For Podcasters, Its Love, Not Money

At the close of the Podcast and Portable Media Expo, the feeling is that you are among an elite group of Web 2.0 trailblazers. True, they’re all running businesses and promoting their brands, but they still carry with them the now traditional mantra “content is king” like a Coat of Arms.

Internet Advertising Spend Booms Again

The first half of 2006 was a record-breaker in terms of online advertising money, according to a report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).