|PubCon Las Vegas Announced for November 14 – 17|
Registration opens from June 2006
WebmasterWorld's PubCon Las Vegas Conference Dates Announced for November 14 – 17, Las Vegas Convention Center, USA
Austin, TX April 13, 2006 -- WebmasterWorld's Search Engine & Internet Marketing Conference, PubCon, has announced the dates for its Las Vegas Conference, November 14 – 17, 2006. The event is supported by the Industry's leading businesses as speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors.
Brett Tabke, CEO of WebmasterWorld said, "With so many high-interest topics we'll be returning to our three-day conference format, along with the classic PubCon networking event. It's great to bring together the leading industry speakers and sponsors from the top tier search engines, affiliate managers, SEO and SEM agencies, and related businesses to connect with attendees and to help them develop business relationships. And to do that in Las Vegas, too, fantastic!"
WebmasterWorld's conferences and sessions are for anyone involved in the Search Engine Industry, the Online Advertising Industry, Affiliates, Webmasters, and any business with an Internet presence. Registration opens from June 2006: [pubcon.com...]
[edited by: engine at 11:35 pm (utc) on April 14, 2006]
Will this be a four day event this time instead of 3 days like last year? 14,15,16,17 - Are there events on all four days. Just trying to plan ahead.
Just a guess, ebound, but I'm expecting three days of sessions with the pub event on the fourth day.
Roger is correct, it's going to be a four-day conference.
According to Brett, registration will not start for Vegas for a few weeks. Keep an eye out on this forum for further announcements!
Dang it! I'm in North Carolina the first part of the week and New York the last part of the week.
I DO want to make one of these one day.
>I DO want to make one of these one day.
But, there is a WPT event at Foxwoods in Connecticut on those dates. Would you believe it :(
A PubCon event in Vegas that isn't a few days either side of a WSOP or WPT event? Unreal!
Guess I'll just have to wait a little longer, the law of averages is on my side, unless Brett is deliberately choosing dates and locations that aren't good for Poker players?