Since SES San Jose kicks off this week, it seems fitting to shed some light on where SES and fellow search-oriented conferences like SMX (and to a lesser extent, PubCon) seem to generate the most interest. Using Google Insights for Search, Ruud Hein uncovers that the conferences have some likely and some very unlikely geographical pockets of interest.
For example, SES draws tremendous interest from Canadian, Australian and Spanish searchers--in a seemingly more concentrated manner than from searchers in the U.S. A drill down to SES San Jose shows more search interest stemming from California than any other state.
Meanwhile, SMX draws strong interest from the Philippines, Spain, and to a lesser extent the U.S., India and the U.K. And stateside, the interest is much more spread out than for SES, with a high volume of queries stemming from Iowa and the Northeast, the Pacific Northwest, as well as Texas.
Read the whole story at Search Engine People »