A fantastic week of social media and optimization may have wrapped up at Pubcon New Orleans 2013 on Thursday, but the learning has just begun, as professional streaming footage is available forpurchase at some of the fairest prices in the industry.
If you were in New Orleans last week for Pubcon you undoubtedly caught strong speakers presenting the latest digital marketing and social media studies and strategies, however with over 100 sessions on tap there are still dozens more sessions to watch and learn from when you sign up for Pubcon New Orleans 2013 Video today. We’re finalizing the footage now and will have the video footage online within the coming days.
Whether you were at Pubcon New Orleans 2013 last week or weren’t able to attend, Pubcon Video allows you to see nearly all of the world-class sessions featuring more than 150 top speakers that took place during Pubcon last week, with both a discount attendee package or a stand-alone option available.
With online access to Pubcon New Orleans 2013 speaker presentations — filmed by professionals —you can watch all the general sessions you missed during Pubcon.
With so many simultaneous session tracks it’s often difficult to choose which panel to attend, especially when there are two or more you’d like to see scheduled to take place at the same time.
With Pubcon Video’s on-demand post-conference access to professional video of sessions, the cutting-edge content of Pubcon New Orleans 2013 is at your fingertips to watch at your convenience now that the conference is over.
Affordably priced as either a stand-alone product or as an add-on to Pubcon Gold and Platinum passes, Pubcon Video’s conference footage is the perfect way to get the most of one of theyear’s biggest and best new media and online marketing conferences.
We’re happy to offer professional online access to the sessions at Pubcon New Orleans 2013 — another way we’re working hard to bring Pubcon attendees the best conference in the industry.
Sign up for Pubcon Video today and enjoy the 150+ speakers who took part in the many sessions at Pubcon New Orleans 2013 last week.
Lane R. Ellis