In 2009, lots of great things will be happening in the world of Wpromote and Search Marketing. Last year we attended several conferences, including SMX Advanced, SES, AdTech and Webmaster World or Pubcon. This year is going to start off strong and if you have any questions about Search Engine Marketing or Search Engine Optimization, you will be able to find us at several conferences this year, including:
- Feb 10th, 2009 – SMX West in Santa Clara
This event put on by Danny Sullivan will be a great first conference for our team to get things really rolling in 2009. We’ll have a lot of new offerings from Landing Page Design, to Social Media Optimization and Viral Marketing Video Content to show off to potential clients and our colleagues. Some of us hopefully will be speaking at this event. We’ll keep you posted!
- SES New York
I personally have never been to New York yet and am very enthusiastic about this conference. I’ve done Pubcon and SMX’s in LongBeach, Seattle, etc but this will be my first SES and I’m excited to get back to the ‘east coast hustle’ and see how the search world works in Eastern Standard Time!
- adTech San Francisco
This is more geared towards our Performance Marketing team who runs our Affiliate Programs and things along those lines, however many of the lines can be crossed – i.e. when they create sites that require SEO services for the clients, etc.
If you happen to be attending any of these conferences, don’t hesiate to tweet @wpromote or @kronis and find out where we will be to meet up and discuss anything Search related, or website related. This community is only getting smaller and smaller and the possibilities for your businesses just keep getting bigger and bigger (especially with things like twitter and social media these days).
Just think back in ’82 when you had a 300 baud modem to transfer a tiny program that took 2 hours just how things have changed. Now things change daily and just attending any one of these conferences will help you stay ‘ahead of the curve’ or at least ahead of those who think they may know it all from their home offices or labs working on some ‘next greatest thing’.
Till next time