In addition to all of the fantastic media coverage, PubCon gold sponsor Raven Internet Marketing Tools’ Twetchup website offers a complete archive of tweets from PubCon Las Vegas 2010, broken down by each individual session.
PubConTweets also offers some PubCon Las Vegas 2010 tweet statistics, and with #PubCon a top Twitter trending topic last week, there was plenty to keep track of.
To help you relive the many great memories from last week, the official PubCon Flickr group hosts an ever-expanding collection of photos from PubCon Las Vegas 2010, and all Flickr photos that were tagged with our official PubCon10 tag can be viewed here. Look for official PubCon Las Vegas 2010 photos taken by Jeff Randall soon in the PubCon photo archive and on the PubCon Facebook group.
Thanks to you, we made PubCon Las Vegas 2010 bigger and
better than ever before, with a full eight sub-conference tracks of specialized sessions, a Monday intensive educational PubCon Masters Group search training program, more major keynote speakers and an unrivaled slate of after-hours parties, TweetUps and networking events, and for those of you lucky enough to join us last week we think you’ll agree that these efforts led to an overwhelming success.
All full gold pass and above PubCon Las Vegas 2010 attendees can expect to receive a CD in the mail containing all of the PowerPoint presentations used during last week’s conference one more way we try to make PubCon a unique and valuable experience.
Now that PubCon Las Vegas 2010 has concluded, we begin the countdown to our next events. Plans are already underway for next year’s PubCon Las Vegas 2011, and registration will begin shortly for our spring PubCon South at Austin 2011 conference, which will be held March 8 – 9, 2011 in the technology capital of Texas and timed to lead you right into SXSW.
[Continued from part two. See also part one.]
Lane R. Ellis