Behind the Code: SES New York and the #DataNuggets Twitter Bot
I heard rumors that a few Marketing folks attended the SES (Search Engine Strategies) Conference in NYC in early March. So I decided to venture to the other side of the office, infiltrate, corner somebody and ask some questions. That somebody was Jared DeLuca the Marketing team co-op with the most-op. This is what he had to say about SES and some cool things the Marketing team did while at
Beyond the Booth: Increasing Engagement at Conferences
The Compete team is getting really excited about next week, not just because we’re expecting to see some warm spring weather in the northeast, but because we’ll be in New York City for Search Engine Strategies 2011. We’re sponsoring a booth at the conference, but we wanted to do something a little different beyond setting up the booth and talking to people on the floor. The Challenge In years past
Join Us For A Webinar!
Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 1pm EDT, Compete is sponsoring Bryan Eisenber’s webinar, “How to Legally Spy on Your Competition”. This webinar is a must-do for anyone interested in competitive intelligence. Wouldn’t you like to know everything your competitors are doing: entering new markets, gaining search reach, influencing more media or how well they are doing compared to you? You could know and you should know. Today’s selection of tools
Webmaster Radio Interviews Compete at SES 2010
While at the latest Search Engine Strategies Conference, SES 2010 in New York City, Webmaster Radio caught up with Eric Austrew, Director of Product Management for Compete.com, about the company’s data methodology, product offerings, and product development strategy. Click here to listen to the interview.