Josh McCoy to Speak at Search Engine Strategies Conference in NYC

(Ping! Zine Web Hosting Magazine) – Josh McCoy, SEO Analyst with Vizion Interactive, a search engine optimization firm, will be a featured speaker at this year’s Search Engine Strategies Conference in New York City.

Josh will be speaking on the Search: Where to Next? Panel, on day one of the conference, where Industry experts will try and predict what search marketing may look like in the years to come. Josh is a leader on the Vizion Interactive search engine optimization team, as well as a contributor to Search Engine Watch , writing on organic search engine optimization.

“It’s an honor to have been asked to speak at the Search Engine Strategies Conference,” says Mr. McCoy. “Search Engine Strategies obviously has a great reputation for delivering great content for those involved in the internet marketing industry, and to be a part of that is truly a privilege. I’m looking forward to some interesting discussion on what others on the panel believe the future of search marketing will look like, and sharing my own thoughts”.

Other participants on the Search: Where to Next panel include Rob Garner, Vice President Strategy with iCrossing, Eli Goodman, Search Evangelist with comScore and Duane Forrester, Senior Program Manager SEO with Microsoft.

Search Engine Strategies is a leading conference for the search engine marketing industry, with events hosted all over the World. Topics range from introductory sessions on search marketing and analytics, to “Key Points to Launching a Global Website”.

“We are very pleased to see that Josh is being recognized in this way,” says Mark Jackson, Vizion Interactive’s President and CEO. “We’ve known for some time how much Josh offers our team, and our clients, and now he has an opportunity to share his wealth of knowledge with those who attend the SES conference.”

Mark Jackson will also be attending the SES conference and moderating the “Meaningful SEO Metrics” panel, on day two. Joining Mark on the panel will be Matt Bailey of Site Logic Marketing, Ulli Muenker of Bloomberg/BusinessWeek and Jim Yu of BrightEdge.

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