We are here! Squishy people and all. For those of you who are here at SES San Francisco, be sure to stop by booth #706 and say hi to Tim Keene (@TimKeeneExp) and Brian Tino (@btino)! Our Compete.com July data went live today so feel free to stop by and chat data or learn about our tool! Since we’re sponsoring the SES SF tweet wall, we figured we might as well consider it our duty to report on all the great things happening at SES San Francisco via highlighted tweets. We have learned so much over the past two days and we are so excited to share the new practices, knowledge and buzz topics with you. Here are 10 Tweets of Knowledge from SES SF.
Google has predicted that by 2015 75% of online ads will have a social component
Tip for potentially viral content: make it easy to share. The Man W/ the Golden Voice video was poorly optimized, no share button
eCPM = CPC x CPM x 1000 via John Yi of @Facebook
Meaningful SEO Metrics – http://t.co/BHtithp via @toprank
Bill Hunt Blueprints Mastermind Keyword Modeling – http://t.co/5gbZve2
Social Media Solutions for the Wallet-Conscious: Two Cents from #SESSF http://t.co/dKByl1q
#SESSF insight: 52 percent of blog readers say blogs factored into the critical moment they decided to buy #contentmarketing
How to communicate the real value of SEO in your organization #SEO Metrics http://t.co/zTojlVi
Gussy Up Your Content! #SESSF Tips for Making Stale Content Sexy: Welcome back to coverage of Day 1 http://t.co/1v3alpT
UGC SEO: Users who engaged with Q&A converted 45% more often than those who did not. Wow! #sessf
Alright there you have it! There are many more tweets to come and we can’t wait to hear the conversation develop over the rest of the week. Don’t see your favorite SESSF moment or revelation up there? Leave a comment and tell us about it!
Jen Duguay joins Compete to take on all things social media. She comes from a social issue background, most recently having worked for the Social Innovation Forum, the venture philanthropy arm of Root Cause, a nonprofit research and consulting firm. Jen's interests include singing, marketing, running, art, making guacemole, and using social entrepreneurship to tackle world issues. She has spent time in Belize and the Dominican Republic working on microfinance initiatives and recently traveled to Kenya where she studied the public healthcare system. Follow Jen @jenduguay on Twitter.