SES San Jose is going well, and I am working on a couple posts that will involve thoughts & takeaways from this year’s show. At the moment, my main thought is that this conference is a lot more enjoyable — at least for me — when you’re not live-blogging every session you attend. When you actually have time to listen and think about what’s being said and how it applies specifically to current clients, past clients, your own business practices, etc., there seems to be more value. So, I’m glad I made the decision to not blog sessions at this show. Update: For more proof of why I don’t need to be live-blogging sessions, have a look at this. Holy S—.
With that out of the way, I’m quite happy to drop a quick non-SES note here on the blog: Small Business SEM has been added to the AdAge Power 150, a list of the “top media and marketing blogs” that was originally created by Todd Andrlik and recently moved under the AdAge name. The list is a total misnomer, since there are now 419 blogs on the list! And SBS has somehow managed to come in at (tied for) 112th. That’s pretty cool, if you ask me….