SearchCamp Chennai, is scheduled for 6th & 7th October at Tidel Park, Chennai.
It is being organized by The Knowledge Foundation, which had earlier credits for Barcamp Chennai, Blogcamp, WikiCamp.in and Proto.in.
SearchCamp is basically an unconference on the lines of the above events, the topic of focus of this event is Search Engine Marketing.
The list of participants is here, & the topics are here. From the official site SearchCamp.in
SearchCamp is a two day event aimed to bring together the best minds from the Search Engine Marketing space to talk about search engine advertising, including optimization and marketing issues. This event is the first of its kind in India and will feature workshops, debates and keynotes on the present state and evolution of Search Engine Marketing.
With so many ‘SEO Specialists‘, & ‘SEO Experts‘, ‘SEO Pro‘, ‘SEM Analysts‘, & ‘SEO Managers‘, figuring in the participants list, I am wondering as to what I should call myself?
Hey…I did not come across any ‘SEO Gruru‘ or ‘SEM Guru‘, in that list. Maybe we shall have a participant coming from the US of A for this Chennai Search Conference, who shall call himself a SEO Guru, waiting for that one..lol
Surprisingly there is no SEO Consultant or SEM consultant ……yet!
Hmmmm….so, I guess, I should call myself SEO Grandad or SEM Grandaddy?
Nah, when we have successful SEM people like Vivek Bhargava of Communicate2, I will be only a ‘Simple SEO guy’, That’s better !
Looking forward to be there in Chennai & get unorganized!
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on August 27, 2007 Comments (4)
Gphone from Google has been making news since Dec 2004, timeline here. However, today Business Standard, which is a new source of repute says that Gphone is scheduled for September 2007. Sounds unbelievable, right? Well, this news article of today says that G is in talks with Airtel, Vodafone & BSNL. Here’s the Gphone article from Business Standard:
Gphone to ring in September
How many of you think that this iPhone competitor really is gonna roll out soon? Me? I don’t think so. But with G, there are always surprises.
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on August 24, 2007 Leave a Comment
Now, you can embed Google Maps into your blog or website, just by Copy Pasting, same as we can do for YouTube videos.
Go to Google maps, select you final destination, location which you need to view. On the right hand side you shall find a “Link to this Page” link with a symbol of a ‘link’. Click on it to get the iframe code, which you can just copy & paste into your blog or website.
Here’s one of the London Eye.
View Larger Map
Stepwise instructions on how to embed your Google Map into your website or blog can be found here on Google official Goolge Maps Blog, titled: YouTube-style Embeddable Maps
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on August 22, 2007 Leave a Comment