17 Aug

Fionn Downhill, Elixir CEO, Speaking at SES San Francisco


On Wednesday, August 17th, Fionn Downhill, the President & CEO of Elixir Interactive, will be speaking on a panel at SES San Francisco.

Downhill brings nearly a decade of experience in search engine optimization (SEO) and online reputation management (ORM) to a panel that will include other industry experts such as David Naylor and Dana Todd. The discussion will center on the question of whether SEO still matters as an online marketing tool.

The panel, “SEO is Dead. Long Live SEO!” will be held from 4:45 pm – 5:45 pm on Day Two of the Conference.  Downhill will also be participating in the “Meet the Speakers” event during lunch on Wednesday.

SES is being held at the Moscone West in San Francisco on August 15-19, 2011.


5 thoughts on “Fionn Downhill, Elixir CEO, Speaking at SES San Francisco

  1. What a neat opportunity! I would love to hear Fionn speak on the subject. The Internet has grown to one of our primary mediums for advertising, but it can also be one of the most dangerous for business. If you aren’t careful to protect your brand and ratings you can very quickly be overcome by competitors and scammers.

  2. Right. I am overwhelmed by scammers, when I access the internet. It is good to know there is something that can be done to minimize the damage they create. The internet has made branding a whole new science. I wish it were as difficult for scammers to navigate, as it is for new businesses.

  3. The internet is a scary place for businesses. Branding has become so much more than taking out a patent or copyright. It’s good to know businesses have access to solid ORM information.

  4. SEO is not dead. I rarely scroll past the top 10 results, when I look for a potential business. It is very important to know how to claim those top spots for optimal business success. It is even more important to keep those top spots once they are claimed.

  5. I wish political candidates would pay attention to SEO branding Online Reputation Management. I would prefer to see fewer smear campaigns and signs on the road. All I want to do is Google the candidates without having to dig for information. SEO is not dead, it is underused.

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