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Previous conferences have attracted more than a thousand delegates from around the globe, and according to conference organizer Brett Tabke, "After the early sell-out of our London conference in September 2003 we anticipate a similar heavy demand from around the world for places at the Florida event." There will be several keynote speeches throughout the event and ample opportunity for delegates to question and meet many of the world's leading search technology companies and executives.
The event is sponsored by major search and marketing firms, including Google, Overture, Yahoo, PositionTech and GoToast.
For advance tickets, [webmasterworld.com...]
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Conference organizer: Brett Tabke, WebmasterWorld,
3801 N Capital of TX Hwy, E240-181, Austin, TX. 78746, USA.
Sponsorship and Exhibitor Enquiries:
USA - Brett Tabke Tel: (+1) 512-231-8107 email@example.com or
UK - Neil Marshall, Marshall Jennings PR Limited.
Tel: (+44) 118 988 0288 firstname.lastname@example.org
There's still plenty of time in the schedule for the free-form, open networking that's been the highlight of past conferences. But now there's an added focus for the high quality, cutting edge information that we web professionals need like we need air. I'm sure that the four conference tracks will stimulate plenty of informal discussions well into the wee hours.
And of course, there's still the traditional Saturday afternoon PubConference session that started the whole thing.
Man, I wish it was tomorrow. I've already registered at the hotel for a full week surrounding the actual dates -- can't wait to see my old friends and make new ones.
For me, it doesn't matter if you are a beginner with your first website, or an experienced Internet marketing professional working in a fortune 100 company, you'll have the chance to meet and mingle with the best of the best at this event.
I'm really looking forward to it.
I missed the London conference this time and have been depressed ever since. Now that we are approaching the next one I can forget my sadness.
I can't wait to start swapping stories and theories with my intelligent WebmasterWorld pseudo family again. It really does give you a charge after a couple of days surrounded by people who actually understand what it is you do. Where you can walk into any discussion and know it will be interesting.
The new format is great, it makes the unofficial multi day format official. It will give me more time to meet up with people, though there is never enough to talk to everyone I want to.
Roll on February!
The tip swapping always pays for the conference costs 100 times over.
The friendship reinforcement is really wild - I've made friends with competitors at these things!
The old fashioned networking nets me so many potential clients/partners/ont-time gigs that it's almost overwhelming.
Count me in - what a fabulous time it will be. :)
Is it February yet?
joined:Apr 13, 2001
I am looking forward to seeing everyone I met at the last two conferences, as well as meeting new friends.
And with it being so close to Walt Disney World, I am planning on squeezing in a couple of days with Minnie & Mickey too ;)
joined:Jan 20, 2003
sponsor giveaway wishlist
Cans of red bull or any other high caffeine drink (i need something to keep up with shak)
Software demo versions (thanks again se commando, good stuff)
cool pens (can anyone top google's light-up pen)
thanks sponsors and thanks brett and all mods for making this so great
My advice this time round is to get some sleep EVERY night, still recovering from London in September.
I was thinking the other day, that if 1 just attended Pubcon every year, it would make up for about 20 other new media conferences.
c u there...