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The Official Las Vegas PubCon Thread
All of the news and updates from Vegas, Baby.
Hawkgirl




msg:514160
 2:59 pm on Nov 14, 2005 (gmt 0)

-> -> Post all of your comments, updates, tidbits and info in this thread! <- <-

It's time for PubCon #10, the WebmasterWorld Search and Internet Marketing Conference. We're in Las Vegas and it's time to kick things off.

PubCon is not the time to be shy - it's the time to get it in gear and have some fun. All of us were new to PubCon at some point or another, so if it's your first time, never fear! Just march up to people, introduce yourself, and start talking. This is a friendly bunch of people. (I flew by myself internationally for PubCon #3 ... on my first evening there, I walked into a bar, sat down at a table and ended up talking with Brett Tabke, 2 admins, 3 mods and about 5 other people. I didn't get up from that table for about 4 hours and that alone was worth the cost of my trip ... not to mention fun fun fun!)

Executive Summary of PubCon

  • Don't lose your name badge ... you need it to get into everything.
  • Preregister for the lunches and parties or you'll be left out in the cold. (instructions below)
  • Have fun. Learn lots. Party like a rock star.

    PubCon FAQs

    What is PubCon?

    The Official Version
    WebmasterWorld's PubCon is an educational conference and industry trade show programmed specifically for web professionals and website site owners. Although our center piece is Search Engine Marketing, Whether your primary role is in web site marketing, corporate IT development, or as a technology business management, you will find something of value at PubCon (aka: Publishers Conference). It is also designed to be fun and entertaining with ample opportunity for quality networking. More here: [pubcon.com...]

    The Unofficial Version
    This is THE place to hang out, have fun, and learn from the people who know stuff. Nearly all of our incredible regulars from WebmasterWorld, including more than half of our moderators and administrators, hang out at PubCon. Google Engineers, industry innovators and stealth geniuses abound. You can learn more about webmaster stuff in an hour over a beer at this conference than you can imagine. And it's a blast.

    Where is it being held?

    We're at the Las Vegas Convention Center [lvcva.com].

    What are the dates and times of this event?

    The conference is November 15-17. Registration officially opens at 8am on Tuesday the 15th, the keynote begins at 9am, and things are going on all day.

    Where is everyone staying?
    The official conference hotel is the Renaissance Las Vegas [renaissancelasvegas.com].

    How do I find and hook up with fellow conference attendees?
    If you don't spot 'em at all hours, bleary eyed, in the nearest bar, you're not looking hard enough - look in the dark corners. Anywhere you find clumps of people all huddled up, throwing words around like "Jagger" "algo" and "sandbox," you'll know you're in the right place.

    Name badges are geeky, do I really need mine?

    Oh yeah, you really need it. First of all, we want to know who you are so we can talk to you! Second of all, your name badge is required for admittance to all events, including lunches are parties. No badge, no attendance. Seriously. Don't lose that thing, it's the golden ticket.

    What's going on at the conference?

    Check out the official PubCon website [pubcon.com] for all of the info about the conference.

    A list of the sessions and special events can be found at [pubcon.com...]

    There are some special lunches - one by Google and one by Yahoo!. Be sure to find the link to those lunches on the session grid [pubcon.com] and register for them - you must preregister to attend these lunches, but they are free.

    Yahoo! is hosting a party on Tuesday night ... but again, you need to preregister or they will NOT let you come in, and I guarantee you won't want to miss it.

    The official PubCon party will be on Thursday from 1pm until "whenever." Brett will announce the secret location at some point during the conference, so keep your ears tuned in.

    What else do I need to know?

    Check in here to this thread - any extra announcements will be here, plus the chatter in this thread should tell you what you need to know.

    Cheers!

    [edited by: Hawkgirl at 6:38 pm (utc) on Nov. 14, 2005]

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    Fantonel




    msg:514220
     10:33 pm on Nov 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

    One of the best conferences I've been to. Vegas Rocks! You can't beat a conference where you have the opportunity to ask Matt Cutts direct questions about the latest Search issues and topics. Second to none and can't wait 'til next year!

    energylevel




    msg:514221
     3:05 am on Nov 22, 2005 (gmt 0)

    Any plans to visit the UK Brett, I really would have loved to pop over to the U.S. but with a wife two kids and a business it's a bit tricky?

    piconsulting




    msg:514222
     9:41 pm on Nov 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

    When will the power point presentations for PubCon be sent out? I remember brett saying that they would be the 2nd to last day, but I didnt know when to expect it?

    eddncfc




    msg:514223
     2:45 pm on Dec 7, 2005 (gmt 0)

    Any news on the power point presentations for PubCon? Or is there anywhere I can locate session notes or slides?

    piconsulting




    msg:514224
     9:41 pm on Dec 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

    I got an e-mail from the conference director, Matthew Olguin, He said they were compiling the CDs and hoped to have them in the mail by mid December.

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