Act Fast And Grab A Discount On Pubcon New Orleans 2013
Pubcon New Orleans 2013, the premier social media and optimization conference, will feature anastounding lineup of more than 150 of the the world’s top technology speakers, including a major kick-off keynote address by Michael Slaby, Obama for America chief integration and innovation officer and additional keynotes by Dave McClure, noted venture capitalist and founding partner at 500 Startups, and Chris Pirillo, popular online entrepreneur and founder of digital culture company LockerGnome, and if you sign up before midnight on Friday, March 8, you’ll save on what are already some of the fairest prices in the industry.
Pubcon New Orleans 2013 will be the largest optimization and search conference we’ve ever held outside of Las Vegas, with six simultaneous session trackscomprised of more than 100 interesting sessions featuring top speakers, as the state-of-the-art New Orleans Convention Center will come alive with thousands of the top minds in new media, search, digital marketing, affiliate programs, and all of the other subjects that make Pubcon a not-to-be-missed event on April 22 – 25.
Monday, April 22 will feature the popular optional day-long Pubcon Masters Group training program that has been expanded to a full three tracks dedicated to pay-per-click (PPC) and landing page optimization (LPO), organic search engine optimization (SEO), and social media marketing and optimization (SMM and SMO), making a fantastic way to kick off a week at Pubcon New Orleans 2013.
If you act quickly and register for Pubcon New Orleans 2013 before midnight on Friday, March 8,you’ll be eligible for a substantial discount before pricing rises on March 9. Multiple attendee discount information and many other tips on getting to and making the most of your Pubcon week can be found in "63+ Knockout Pubcon Las Vegas 2012 Insider Tips."
Come to one of the most exciting cities in the world this April and join the world’s leading new media and optimization trailblazers and futurists for Pubcon New Orleans 2013.
Lane R. Ellis