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SearchCamp Chennai Unconference

I stumbled upon this event (http://searchcamp.in) by accident and then found that two of my friends – Milind Mody of eBrandz and Mahesh Murthy of Pinstorm are among the people organising an exciting event in Chennai (aka Madras) on October 6 and 7. I note other well-known names who will also help to make it a success.

Billed as an unconference, it is a low-priced (Rs 500) opportunity to connect with SEO and PPC exponents and experts. Check out the website. I cannot be there but wish them all the best.

Comment: They seem to use the term “SEM” to mean PPC and other paid click solutions such as CPA, but then that is what the main ad networks want people to believe. For those of us from traditional marketing backgrounds or expert watering holes such as Webmasterworld, SEM = SEO, PPC, blogs, press releases, articles etc – anything that helps your marketing through a search engine.

Ash Nallawalla

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1 Comment

  • Durga on 4 September 2007

    Thanks Ash for your wishes. You are right in terms of SEM but thats how PPC ads are usually referred to here. I think we will re-consider the wording :). Would love to discuss more on the camp in a seperate email, if you can reply on mine.

    Regards
    Durga
    on behalf of SearchCamp Organisers

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