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Insidious Micromedia

Posted in SEO by Tomy Lorsch on the April 25th, 2006


Peter Morville
links to Dan Klyn and his SES Canada presentation on “Insidious Micromedia”. Good stuff.

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Meeting Windows Live, Phil Holden in Madrid

Posted in Web by Tomy Lorsch on the April 25th, 2006

Last friday I was invited by Ismael, Manager of MSN Search Spain, to a presentation about the new beta online platform of Microsoft: Windows Live.

Microsoft is finally giving more attention to the online bussines and has some interesting stuff going on. If you read Spanish, I wrote about the presentation here.

Lo que viene…

Posted in Vida, SEO, Search Marketing by Tomy Lorsch on the April 24th, 2006

No he estado escribiendo mucho últimamente y la razón es que va a haber varias cambios.

Por ahora estoy concentrado haciendo las entrevistas para el Congreso OJO Buscador donde estaré hablando sobre Herramientas para SEO’s el próximo 9 de mayo (invitaciones agotadas, asistencia más de 200 personas)

Ten video sharing services compared

Posted in Web by Tomy Lorsch on the April 13th, 2006

Excellent post at DV Guru comparing ten video sharing services…

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Fotos de SES Munich 2006

Posted in SEO, Search Marketing, Viajes by Tomy Lorsch on the April 13th, 2006

Con los otros dos ponentes, Prof. Heindl y Robert Biermann.

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Mi ponencia:

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Trexy and your Searchtrail

Posted in SEO, Search Marketing, Web, Information Architecture by Tomy Lorsch on the April 3rd, 2006

At the Search Engine Strategies in Germany I had the chance to meet  Nigel y Megan Hamilton, the two brothers behind Trexy.                                       
                                                                       

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