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You've been hearing about the other Pubcons and last years sold out PubCon London - wishing you had been there right!?
Don't miss this opportunity to open yourself to new methods and strategies for web marketing revealed by the friends and family of WebmaserWorld at PubCon 5!
Saturday September 20th, 2003, 1pm to whenever.
Cittie of Yorke Pub in downtown London England. A great place for a weekend conference. There's been a Pub there since the year 1430.
The main bar is a cavernous mediaeval-style hall with a high vaulted ceiling and everywhere you look there are carved oak panels, ornate metalwork and some of the biggest oak vats you'll ever see above the bar - it's like an elven king's hall out of The Lord Of The Rings. (-professor hardbottle)
The premise is simple, many of our members are qualified to speak at conferences and are bored to tears when attending other ones. So why did we go to them? Just to get to the bar and network with people! The contacts, the associations, the follow ups, and the friendships have been some of the most productive contacts we have ever been part of.
What's in it for me?
The Short scoop? It's your chance to put yourself in the loop with the in marketing crowd (it's probably why you came to this site).
The usual suspects... Thanks to last years crew: AllTheWeb, Position Tech, Inktomi, SearchEngineCommando, Overture UK, Espotting, Yahoo UK
Special Guests? Who will be there?
Everyone who is anyone in European SEO.
Travel - goin mobile:
We've been watching air fares from the US to London since June, and they are as inexpensive right now as they have been all year long!
All funds go directly towards the cost of hosting the event (venue expenses, and the OPEN bar etc..).
Early bird signup until the end of August...
Got Site? Sure:
no doubt he'll be there. Where else is he going to be?
BTW - Cittie of York - BEER:
If you like a beer - the cittie of york has a lovely selction of beers - thoroughly recommended.
you have just made me gigle like a two year old on that last comment, that would be worth paying money to watch
I just took a look at the order form, how do I order 2 tickets?
Makes sorting the database and getting the tags printed accurately MUCH MUCH easier!
and is my member ID my user name?
1st conference i don't really remember all that well as alot of the old-timers will always remind me, but the conference in LA - was an eye opener - even the conference in London last year was still a lttile wild, though Boston was chilled and i felt very easy about it all. Don't get me wrong though, a bit of preperation on the sort of things that you want ot pick up on will sort alot of the shake's out. No kidding.
Look forward to seeing you there.
killroy just bring booze money, although after a few shadies I found a beer mat or a napkin came in handy, so perhaps a pen and a bit of paper would be a good idea.
At least this time I don't have to make a half-hearted attempt at sightseeing, I will be getting myself booked into the hotel, even though I only live 45mins away.
I don't know what the £69 Brett refers to is; a bog standard room would appear to be £38 - an extra tenner will get you a desk, and breakfast would appear to set you back 20 quid.
Anyone care to elucidate?
Can anyone fill us from the States in on internet connectivity? Will we need a local ISP? Phone adapters?
Where did you find those rates from L.A., because all I'm seeing is $600 and up (expedia).