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Google will hold a special luncheon session at WebmasterWorld's Search Engine & Internet Marketing Conference, "PubCon," in Las Vegas, November 15th to 17th, 2005, on an undisclosed announcement.
Austin, TX November 1, 2005 -- Google will hold a special luncheon session at WebmasterWorld's Search Engine & Internet Marketing Conference, "PubCon," in Las Vegas, November 15th to 17th, 2005, on an undisclosed announcement.
Conference delegates are being asked to sign up for a for the luncheon session, according to Google.
"We can't wait to hear the news," said Brett Tabke, WebmasterWorld's CEO. "With only days to go and whatever it is I don't want to miss it."
WebmasterWorld's Search Engine & Internet Marketing Conference, PubCon, is supported by the Internet industry's leading businesses, including: Atlas OnePoint, Best Of The Web, Casale Media, Citymax, ClickTracks, CPAEmpire, Efficient Frontier, Enhance, Fortune Affiliates, Google, InfoSearchMedia, InterChange, JoeBucks, LifeTips.com, LinkConnector, LivePerson, Load.com, Local.com, MegaFriends, Moniker, MonsterCommerce, PartyPartners, PRWeb, Revenue Magazine, ROWISE, SEOInc, SLI Systems, Text Link Ads, TicketNetworkDirect, Vegas Partner, Visicom Media, WagerShare, WebmasterRadio.fm, WeBuildPages, XY7.com, and Yahoo!.
WebmasterWorld's PubCon conference and trade shows are for anyone involved in the search engine industry, Internet marketing, online advertising, online affiliates, webmasters, and any business with an Internet presence. "PubCon is a must-attend event for anyone serious about their Internet presence. The Internet's industry leaders all come to PubCon, so the opportunities for learning, networking and making business deals are incredible," concluded Tabke. This year's conference features a keynote address by well known author and director Robert X. Cringely.
Pre-registration is essential at: [PubCon.com...]
be sure to prepregister:
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They replied that registration is being handled by WebmasterWorld.
The went on to say that their Product Specialist believes
should have no trouble getting into the 'Google Lunch' session, but if I have any difficulties, he suggested that I visit the Google booth.
Incidentally, Google Base already is live, Google Analytics is already live, and Matt Cutts just pointed out that he didn't want to leak the lunch announcement until "it is live."
Should be an interesting lunch. :)
Maybe it was just a plot to get head count for lunch, etc.