News Search SEO in 2009 [Podcast]

  |  August 13, 2009   |  Comments

How to use press releases and news content to utilize the power of news search.

News search engines offer a great way to receive targeted traffic related to breaking topics or to help with a public relations launch. This podcast, recorded from an SES San Jose 2009 session, looks at how to make use of press releases and news content to tap into the power of news search.

Moderator:

  • Mark Jackson, SEW Expert and president/CEO, Vizion Interactive

Speakers:

  • Dana Todd, CMO, Newsforce
  • Allison Fabella, SEO and social media manager, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Greg Jarboe, president and co-founder, SEO-PR
  • Lisa Buyer, president and CEO, The Buyer Group
  • David Radicke, consultant, SEO, SEM, web analytics, Radicke eCommerce
  • Maile Ohye, senior developer programs engineer, Google

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