I ran into this video below yesterday. I hadn’t seen it before, and was pleasantly surprised. Danny Sullivan, probably the best known search guru in the world, did a keynote at "Where 2.0" last May. He talked about local search and what issues the ‘normal guy’ could have with local. It’s a very good keynote because Sullivan knows how to combine humor with lessons and search and is able to present the issues in a language anyone, not just the search community, can understand. It’s a killer tip therefore: watch this!
Just before my daughter was born I did a presentation about the use of online social networking in front of a group of Dutch "offline" managers. The presentation (in Dutch) can be seen on my Dutch blog.
One of the things which is always difficult is to explain to those who are not familiar with the subject what social networking actually is and what the benefits are. That’s why I like Common Craft so much. These guys know how to explain things easy:
I found this video featuring SEO Strategist Jessica Bowman. She talks about what can go wrong in SEO projects. And as we all know, we can learn from our mistakes ;).
That Americans want to do everything to get elected we knew. We also knew that most Americans don’t even bother to vote. This group of American celebrities tries to get people to vote. Funny sometimes, but also a bit ‘preachy’. But I guess Americans need that?
Last week I visited PICNIC. Some keynotes were way out and did not get close to what the ‘normal guy’ is doing on the web. Others are usefull if you, like me, want to ‘explain’ to people what’s going on. Charles Leadbeater’s presentation did both. Leadbeater wrote a book and he also made a short film. People around him said the film told the entire story in a simple way. Be the judge yourself: