Greg over at Search Engine Watch (which is SES’s blog and forum), has a tidy summary of sessions at the conference here. Although he’s tagged sessions with ‘advanced’ or novice content in my experience at conferences like SES you never really know if the content is “advanced” or not. Generally I find the speaker is more important than the topic, and top SEO folks like Dave Naylor, Aaron Wall, Greg Boser, and several others – regardless of the session and preferably at the bar – are going to give you better insights into search algorithm mechanics than official company representatives are allowed to do.
Here’s a great SES clickable conference map to help plan things, and don’t forget to pre-register for the Google Dance here
I’ll be there for sure, it’s going to be an awesome party.
It’s hard to beat the Google party. I’m sure glad I’m not picking up the tab …