Pubcon Regional South Florida Interactive Marketing Association (SFIMA) Summit 2013, and we’re happy to announce the addition of keynote addresses by Melanie Mitchell, Digitas senior vice president and search marketing practice lead, and Rob Snell, managing partner at online business and marketing firm Snell Brothers Consulting, on Tuesday, May 14 at the Miniaci Performing Arts Center on the Nova Southeastern University campus in Davie, Florida.
Pubcon regional conferences are more intimate and intensive local editions of Pubcon, the premier social media and optimization events, and are the perfect way to hear both local speakers and world-class keynotes at a Pubcon in or near your very own town. The one-day Pubcon Regional SFIMA Summit 2013 will feature three session tracks covering the latest local social media and search-related research, breakfast and lunch, all led by Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood area and national speakers.
ROB SNELL KICKOFF KEYNOTE
Snell will be the featured morning kickoff keynote speaker at Pubcon Regional SFIMA Summit 2013. For the past 15 years Snell has been a leader in selling through the Yahoo Store service, generating over $10 million in Web sales for clients through his innovative marketing, skilled development and professional design work.
Snell has attracted legions of fans since the 2006 release of his popular Wiley Computer Publishing book, “Starting a Yahoo Business For Dummies,” and through the success of Starkville, Mississippi-based Gun Dog Supply, a retailer of hunting dog supplies Snell co-owns that was started by his family in 1972.
In 2008 Snell testified before the United States Congress as an industry expert about search marketing’s impact on small businesses. In 2009 Snell gave a highly regarded keynote speech at the invitation of the Icelandic Trade Council in Reykjavík detailing how he used e-commerce to save and successfully grow his family’s business.
The prospect of keynoting at Pubcon Regional SFIMA Summit 2013 was one Snell also looked forward to. “Pubcon is the show of the year for me — its the best Internet marketing conference because of who attends, who speaks, what they say, and how much they give away. I love to meet at Pubcon and swap secrets with some of the smartest retailers and Internet marketers on the planet,” Snell said.
MELANIE MITCHELL AFTERNOON KEYNOTE
Longtime Pubcon attendee favorite Mitchell will be presenting an afternoon keynote address duringPubcon Regional SFIMA Summit 2013. Mitchell has been at the forefront of search engine marketing for over 13 years, and was vice president of search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) at AOL.
Mitchell considers Pubcon a gathering of many key industry players. “There are some of the smartest and most interesting people in search marketing, social media and content development here right now,” Mitchell said during a recent Pubcon conference, and for Pubcon Regional SFIMA Summit 2013 she will be presenting the event’s major afternoon keynote.
PUBCON REGIONAL SFIMA SUMMIT 2013 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Register today for Pubcon Regional SFIMA Summit 2013, which offers three simultaneous sessiontracks covering the latest local social media and search-related research, breakfast and lunch, and keynotes by Mitchell and Snell.
Existing full SFIMA members will save up to $100 on registration, while non-SFIMA members who register will receive a bonus three month membership to SFIMA.
Pubcon Regional SFIMA Summit 2013 is a prime opportunity for area attendees and local marketing agencies to learn from top Pubcon speakers at a dynamic event with tracks dedicated to social media, SEO, and SEM, supported by local search and social media groups. We look forward to seeing you in sunny Florida.
Lane R. Ellis
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