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Search Engine Watch Live Does Disneyland

Well, if you ever needed an excuse to be able to go to Disneyland and write it off, here is your opportunity! Search Engine Watch will be hosting Search Engine Watch Forums LIVE right at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim on Thursday, October 27th.

I will be speaking for 15-20 minutes on contextual advertising – focusing a lot on AdSense versus YPN, pulling out a lot of the testing data comparing the two. The last time I spoke on the two, which was at Search Engine Strategies in San Jose, YPN had only been launched for a week or so, so SEW Forums Live in Disneyland will be my first opportunity to speak on the nitty gritty of them both together. I will also touch on Chitika eMiniMalls contextual advertising as well, since it is creating a lot of buzz lately.

Other things covered:

This informative, interactive session covers the latest trends, hot topics and issues in today’s SEM marketplace. Short presentations will include expert views on the future of organic and paid search, contextual advertising, multilingual search, affiliate marketing, and more!

Then there will be a chance to Q&A with Search Engine Watch Forum moderators and ask us all your burning questions. And many of us are attending:

This event will be hosted by Forums Editor, Elisabeth Osmeloski, and features a special appearance by Search Engine Watch’s own Founder and Editor, Danny Sullivan.

Confirmed guest speakers and featured attendees include SEW Forum moderators Jennifer Slegg, Nacho Hernandez, Joseph Morin, Linda Buquet, Alex Bennert and Marcia Welter.

Registration is limited, so don’t wait until the last minute – sponsorship information is here. It starts at 1:30, meaning a chance to visit Mickey Mouse in the morning, for those Disney fanatics like me. There will also be another announcement this week for something not yet listed on the schedule, so stay tuned!

I hope to see many of you there when SEW Forums Live does Disney!

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