PubCon Las Vegas 2011 kicks off today at the Las Vegas Convention Center, featuring a full day of search and social media training with the PubCon Masters Group. The official PubCon Las Vegas conference will take place from November 8 – 10. If you’re serious about the industry, PubCon is an annual event you can’t afford to miss.
Touted as the “biggest and boldest gathering of search and social media innovators,” PubCon is a week-long look at the future of technology, presented by top speakers within the industry. Thousands of leading search and social media experts are attending the show to enhance their online marketing prowess by networking with the leading technology and Internet marketing visionaries. If you weren’t able to attend this year’s show, read on for a summary of some highlights for this year’s show.
- Keynote panel featuring three of the leading corporate SEO innovators: CNN.com SEO coordinator Topher Kohan, Disney SEO manager Jeff Preston, and the Wall Street Journal’s in-house SEO Alex Bennert.
- Cutting-edge sessions will spotlight hundreds of the world’s best technology speakers, presenting hundreds of unique and informative sessions in sub-conferences focusing on social media marketing, search engine marketing, search engine optimization and much more. Leaders from Google, Microsoft and other top industry corporations will discuss the future of search engine and webmaster innovations.
- Social media will play a larger role than ever before, featuring sessions such as “Killer Twitter Apps, Services and API Trends,” “Experts on PR and Twitter” and much more. And as always, PubCon will feature its’ amazing parties, networking events and tweet-ups to help attendees connect more often and more easily.
- Exhibitions from Raven Internet Marketing Tools, Internet Marketing Ninjas, HostDime, PRWeb and many more.
Visit the Pubcon Las Vegas 2011 site for more information. If you are at the show, see Blue Interactive Agency’s VP of Interactive Strategies, Peter Leshaw, speak about “In-House Team Building and Training” tomorrow, from 2:55 to 4:10 p.m. in Salon D.