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Okay, I’m not ashamed to admit to being slightly star struck about an upcoming session at Webmaster World Pubcon Vegas. I mean… who wouldn’t be?
Just because I consider myself an SEO expert doesn’t mean that I’m not impressed by this panel coming up in November:
- Matt Cutts, Software Engineer, Google Inc.
- Tim Mayer, Director of Product Management, Yahoo! Search
- Greg Boser, President, WebGuerrilla LLC
- Todd (Oilman) Friesen, Range Online
- Danny Sullivan, -Â Search Engine King (isn’t that his job title?)
To top it off, the session will be moderated by none other than Jake (Baked Jake) Baillie president of True Local, who has to me one of the most entertaining and informative presenters I’ve ever seen on any subject, much less one in the SEO world.
The Pubcon Blog says:
Todd “Oilman” Friesen from Range Online called it the “Most expensive site review in history”.
One of the panelists said, “Larry and Sergey wanted on this panel, but we told them to take a number”.
Please note, that this review session will probably get moved into the big keynote Salon A room and other sessions against this one will get moved. We have been having a minor speaker revolt from speakers that were booked against this session:
Specific details of the session are here but there’s not much more they need to say, is there? This is one you don’t want to miss.
If you spot me (hopefully front & center) in this likely “standing room only” crowd, don’t be afraid to come say hi!