Can’t make it to the SES London Expo and Conference happening this week (21st February – 25th February), or worried about what you might be happening elsewhere if you’re in a different session? If you’re keen to find out what you’ve been missing, there are a number of participants live blogging their sessions. Here are some of the best blogs in terms of their coverage:
SEO Chicks is a good place to start. They have chosen a number of sessions to live blog, including ‘Meaningful SEO Metrics: Going Beyond the Numbers’ and ‘How to Become a Link Magnet’.
State of Search has five bloggers around the conference, including SiteVisibility’s Creative Director Kelvin Newman, who has covered today’s session given by Lee Oden. They’ve been posting about most of the sessions and are able to provide reports of the majority of the speakers.
For a more concise roundup of information from Day One, Wordtracker has done a list of the “125 takeaways and top tips from day one SES London 2011”.
Twitter is of course a great source of information. If you’d like a quicker, 140 character sized update, searching for #SESUK will provide you with the most current tweets about what’s happening throughout the week.
Finally, SES London has their own YouTube Channel, if you’re looking for videos of the Expo.