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PubCon South Set for Launch Tomorrow
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
For many who have attended any of the larger search marketing conferences, PubCon is touted as one of the better ones to attend. The sessions are top notch and the list of keynote speakers that have participated is tremendous.

Starting tomorrow the three day PubCon South event will be happening in Austin, Texas. Following a three track format, the conference is billed as an Executive Educational Conference with topics including:
  • Search
  • Web 2.0
  • Video and Multimedia
  • Domain Mastery
As mentioned, keynote speakers for the event include Guy Kawasaki, and a Matt Cutts "Super Session" with Lee Odden, Chris Brogan, Wayne Sutton and Reem Abeidoh. While the conference does not have B2B specific sessions, there are a number of great sessions to attend. Some of the sessions that we recommend include:

Day One

Guy Kawasaki Fireside Chat With Chris Brogan - Twitter and social media maven Chris Brogan will interview Guy in a fireside chat format. Topics to include, Social Media, Search SEO/SEM, Twitter, Startups, and the current state of the web. You definitely will not want to miss this keynote.

SEO Landscape - features some savvy folks from the industry including Bill Hunt and Brett Tabke.

Organic Keyword Research and Selection - I love that there is a session geared towards organic keyword research. This is fantastic. Tremendous session to help understand methods for refining, researching and expanding your organic keyword baskets.

Day Two

Keynote Address - Matt Cutts of Google will be fiedling questions via Google Moderator and Twitter. Always entertaining and action packed.

Organic Link Building Campaigns - The panelists in this session are experts on linking and will take a critical look at linking strategies including outbound link optimization, outsourcing link building, old-fashioned linking via directories, and hiring an in-house link developer.

Tracking and Results Analytics - these are always great sessions, this particular session includes Enquisite CEO, Richard Zwicky who we interviewed at SES San Jose last August.

The Twitter and Micro Blogging Revolution - This panel will look at real world microblogging through Twitter and other outlets to drive website traffic and branding campaigns.

Great job by the conference organizers as this looks to be one of the better shows to take in.

Pubcon South takes place in Austin, Texas from March 11-13th, 2009.
PubCon South Agenda


posted by Jody @ 8:18 AM  
  • At 10:25 PM, Blogger jerry said…

    WOW! Great information!

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