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Whether you’re looking up a pizza parlor’s address, a picture of J.F.K, or a video of Maria Sharapova’s dog, the big names in search want their main engines to help you out. A session titled "The Blended Search Revolution" looked at how they’ll do this.
Day 2 of SMX West 2008 was kicked off with a keynote by Louis Monier, formerly with Google, eBay and Alta Vista and currently Vice President of Products for Cuill, an up and coming search property.
Monier made it clear that his address would be on search history and future aspects and not on Cuill.
Danny Sullivan giving his keynote address at SMX West 2008 in Santa Clara, CA. He discussed the evolution of search from strictly web page results to the current blended results that he refers to as Search 3.0 and the coming Search 4.o, personalized search.
The Search Bowl capped off the first day of SMX West 2008 with Danny Sullivan moderating a search history game show style competition between teams from the Big Four search engines – Google, Microsoft, Ask and Yahoo! – along with an SEM All-Stars team.
Well, as usual, Google kicked butt and took home the trophy.
Search Marketing Expo West is three-day search engine marketing conference, organized by Third Door Media. Beginning from February 26 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, the conference will cover topics that involve not only fundamental and basic issues, but also up-to-date topics on future developments, forward-looking keynotes from leading authorities in search marketing and technologies.
As many of you already know, last year Danny Sullivan and Chris Sherman kicked off the Search Marketing Expo (SMX).
The conference series started with SMX Advanced in Seattle and it was a hit. Compared to most conferences, people actually came away learning new information as well as actually being happy with conference food for the first time (no more boxed lunches).