The Pubcon Speakers Blog allows past and future Pubcon speakers to write guest articles about thetopics and information they have presented at a past event or will be presenting at Pubcon New Orleans 2012, Pubcon Las Vegas 2013 or other upcoming Pubcon shows.
Writing a guest article for the Pubcon Speakers Blog is a great way to connect with some of the most tech-savvy conference attendees in the social media, optimization, and digital marketing industries, and provides a widely-read outlet to share your unique take on any number of topics relevant to Pubcon.
Kirsten Wright, Brian Massey, Kate Morris, Ralf Schwoebel, Elmer Boutin, Jabez LeBret, Ash Nallawalla, Rebecca Murtagh, Alison Zarrella, Tony Wright, Nick Stamoulis, Jon Henshaw, and Dennis Yu, who are among the many speakers that have written guest blog posts for the premier social media and optimization conference.
We care about the people who speak at Pubcon, and feel that the Pubcon Speakers Blog is an excellent way to both help support them and to offer up top new media and optimization ideas to the greater Pubcon community.
The Pubcon Speakers Blog is a great way to get the latest useful educational content from some ofthe top futurists in the world of new media and optimization, and presents an outstanding opportunity to get to know many of the people you’ll be seeing at Pubcon New Orleans 2013 and Pubcon Las Vegas 2013.
If you’re a Pubcon speaker, take advantage of this opportunity and request article submission details by e-mailing lane at pubcon.com. If you’re not a speaker please pass this opportunity along to the speakers you know, and remember that we’re now accepting speaking proposals for Pubcon New Orleans 2013.
We look forward to many excellent new industry articles on the Pubcon Speakers Blog in 2013, and we’ll see you at Pubcon New Orleans 2013 on April 22 – 25 at the New Orleans Convention Center and at Pubcon Las Vegas 2013 on October 21 – 25 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Lane R. Ellis
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