Tuesday 13th September, 2011
10:45am to 12:00pm
All SEOs know that making changes to your site can have a significant impact on rankings. The challenge is in understanding what changes actually cause ranking changes, and which changes merely correlate with rankings (e.g. they’re coincidental byproducts of change). In this lively session expert SEOs who’ve dived deeply into understanding search algorithms debate correlation vs. causation and make their cases for the types of ranking factors that do (or don’t) have significant meaning.
Undercover tech, accessibility, usability, SEO geek +Start-Up ZoomFile &Speaker PubCon, SMX, SES, DWE, SXSW, RIMC or 'See' me each month @ http://SearchEngineWatch.com bio from Twitter
Editor of SearchEngineLand.com, covering Google, SEO, PPC and all aspects of search engines and search marketing. bio from Twitter
Online marketing lover, entrepreneur, gratitude advocate, founder of Thunder SEO, I like to eat my desert before dinner - chocolate rocks! bio from Twitter
I am WrightIMC CEO. Interactive Marketing, Search Marketing and Rep Management Geek. Have family. Live in Dallas. http://www.linkedin.com/in/tonynwright bio from Twitter
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