Austin, Texas – (The Hosting News) – October 20, 2006 – WebmasterWorld’s PubCon, has released details of its biggest ever conference for its Las Vegas event this November. The Search Engine and Internet Marketing event will feature over 40 sessions during the week, with more than 115 speakers.
WebmasterWorld’s PubCon (aka: Publishers Conference), scheduled to take place in Las Vegas, November 14th to 17th, 2006, is an educational conference and industry trade show programmed specifically for web professionals and website site owners, featuring sessions and tracks designed for the search engine industry, the online advertising industry, affiliates, webmasters, web site marketing, corporate IT development and technology business management, and consultants involved in any business with an Internet presence.
Brett Tabke, CEO of WebmasterWorld’s, and PubCon organizer commented, ”In all the events I’ve put together over the years, I have never been as excited about a conference line up as I am about PubCon Las Vegas 2006. Our extensive conference schedule is packed with sessions full of educational and hands-on know-how content.
We waste no time getting it started with a Keynote by Guy Kawasaki. That’s followed by the first of the sessions including speakers from Digg, FeedBurner, Yahoo, Google, AOL, Opera, and Ebay’s Shopping.com, and an afternoon keynote with Opera’s Jon Von Tetzchner. There are more afternoon sessions until we wind up Tuesday with a free cocktail reception.”
Mr. Tabke continued,
”Wednesday, we convene with a keynote speech by John Battelle, recently acknowledged by Advertising Age as one of the ten Best Marketeters in the Business. The Expo Hall opens today, followed by the first of the day’s sessions including speakers from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Google, LocalLaunch, TrueLocal.com, and Yahoo! Publisher Network. Wednesday afternoon features a super session on Website Research with four absolute super stars of the research community: Gordon Hotchkiss, Tom Hughes, Glenn Alsup, and Dana Todd: thanks for coming out to the show. We finish the day with a free cocktail reception. Thursday gets us up and running with a keynote by Danny Sullivan. It was about a month ago, that Sullivan announced his retirement from Searchenginewatch and the Searchenginestrategies conferences. Following the morning sessions, in Thursday afternoon we finish up the conference with two back-to-back super sessions: Matt Cutts, Tim Mayer, Greg Boser, Todd Friesen, Danny Sullivan, and Jake Baillie. The second is our classic search engines and webmasters session called the Search Engine Smack Down. That’s rapidly followed by a free cocktail reception.”
Mr. Tabke concluded, ”On Friday, we finish off a packed week with a classic Friday afternoon networking session where attendees will have the chance to meet and greet in an informal environment. Not only is there a packed week of sessions and events, I’ve also heard that TechPad have agreed a prize draw of a top-end dedicated server system free for a year, wow! With all this, it’s going to be a great event not to be missed.”
For more information about the conference, contact Brett Tabke at 512-231-8107. In the UK, contact Neil Marshall Tel: (+44) 118 988 0288 or engine at webmasterworld.com. For more details about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities contact Strategic Marketing Director Joseph Morin at 512-497-6856 or joe at webmasterworld.com.
WebmasterWorld is the leading source for Search Engine and Internet marketing news, best practices and educational events. Founded by Brett Tabke, an early ’80s innovator in running BBS (Bulletin Board Systems), the WebmasterWorld Forum began in 1996 and is now the largest community of online marketing professionals with more than 2 million posts and more than 100 discussion topics. WebmasterWorld Conference and PubCon events are for thought leaders in search engine and Internet marketing professionals to gather to share best practices in the, design, development, promotion and marketing of businesses and brands.
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