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Getting More Traffic from Search: Advanced SEO for Developers

2:00pm Thursday, 09/18/2008
Topic: Development
Location: 1A08 & 10

Do you or your customers care about getting more traffic to your web site? You’ve architected your site to run flawlessly in Firefox and IE, but how well is it being crawled by the search engines? With search now driving more than 30% of all traffic to many web sites, the answer to this question could have a significant impact on your business.

Come learn the top 10 best practices for search engine optimization (SEO) directly from the Webmaster Center team at Live Search (http://www.live.com).

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Nathan Buggia

Microsoft

Nathan Buggia is the Lead Program Manager for the Live Search Webmaster Center, Microsoft’s suite of tools for Search Marketing professionals who want to obtain better results from Live Search. His responsibilities include owning the product for all of the Webmaster Tools and acting as the internal advocate for Search Marketing within Live Search.

Prior to working on Search, Buggia spent five years in the Server and Tools Building Solutions division as the Business Manager for the Core Infrastructure Solutions group. In this role, he built end to end solutions for IT and enterprise customers.

Before joining Microsoft, Buggia was a freelance worker in the IT industry, where he built websites professionally for ten years. He graduated from Wheaton College in Boston with a degree in Computer Science. In his spare time, Buggia enjoys mountain biking and snowboarding.