30th August 2012

Pubcon is the oldest internet marketing conference in the world, and this year it’s taking place almost a full month earlier than usual in Las Vegas.

The session grid is huge with up to 9 concurrent tracks, and the main conference dates are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, October 16, 17, and 18, with a full day of masters group training on Monday the 15th.

As a speaker, I’m given a 20% discount code –  rc-2795320 –  and it expires September 21st 2012.

That means if you use the code before the price goes up to $1499 on  September 1st, you can get in for just $839 bucks – Not a bad deal, is it?

imageThis year I’m in three sessions…

1.  Local Search and Mobile  with Eric Bramlet @ericbramlett and Michael Dorausch @chiropractic, with Jerry West @jwest5150 moderating



2.  Hosting and SEO with David Vogelpohl @davidvmc , Josh Ward @joshdward ,  Michael David @tastyplacement , and Bill Hartzer @bhartzer moderating



3.   SEO Tools with Jon Henshaw @ravenjon Christing Churchill @keyrelevance and Ben Cook @skitzzo and I’ll be the moderator.


I’ll also be participating in at least one session at Pubcon Labs  where attendees of the conference can pre-schedule 20 minutes of on on one time  with speakers on various topics. Spots for that generally fill up really fast.

There’s always a lot to learn and a great time to be had at Pubcon, from free limo rides from the airport to the Epic Dinner (organized by @AlanBleiweiss ) and various other parties and poker tournaments,  you’re sure to have a great time.

If you’re going,  make sure to save 20% with  rc-7052115  BEFORE September 21st, and if you do it before tomorrow, you can get in for just  just $839



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