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PubCon Hosted by WebmasterWorld, Announced for April 18-20th 2006 Hynes Convention Center, Boston, USA.
Austin, TX --December 14, 2005 --WebmasterWorld's Search Engine & Internet Marketing Conference, PubCon, returns to Boston, April 18-20th, 2006. The event is supported by the Industry's leading businesses as speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors.
This conference will feature a Keynote Speech by best selling author Malcolm Gladwell, writer of 'The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make A Big Difference,' and 'Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking.' Gladwell is also a writer with 'The New Yorker' magazine.
"It's great to head back in Boston," said Brett Tabke, WebmasterWorld's CEO. "We have a first rate speaker line-up and support from the major search engines and industry players. Each conference we produce brings new subjects and the latest hot topics to the table."
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 from January 2006: [pubcon.com...]
WebmasterWorld, established in 1998, is a comprehensive news and discussion forum for web professionals and features more than 100 specialist topics covering technical and marketing Internet topics for all levels of ability. It has public and private subscribers-only sections and is the fastest growing forum on the Internet today. WebmasterWorld produces the highly rated 'PubCon' Search Engine & Internet Marketing conferences.
For more information about the conference, contact Brett Tabke at 512-231-8107 or brett at webmasterworld.com.
In the UK, contact Neil Marshall Tel: (+44) 118 988 0288 or engine at webmasterworld.com.
For more details about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities contact Strategic Marketing Director Joseph Morin at 512-497-6856 or joe at webmasterworld.com.
During the American Revolutionary War, Paul Revere and William Dawes set out on the same mission -- to warn the area residents that "The British are coming." So why does everyone remember Paul Revere and Dawes is but a footnote? Gladwell explains and launches a great book from there. I've heard that everyone in the Google marketing department has a copy on their shelf.