90 Minutes of Local, Local, Local

Filed in Conferences/Educ. by Matt McGee on March 30, 2008 1 Comment

Confession: Putting together a 90-freakin’-minute presentation on local search is a pain in the you-know-what. :)

However: I’m really looking forward to the presentation and think it’ll be valuable information for attendees. My plan is to give what will amount to 3-4 separate presentations, breaking for Q&A in between each topic, all the while trying to keep it relaxed, yet interesting.

(My biggest fear: having to stand behind a podium for 90 minutes. I really hope I can walk around a bit, maybe even sit down a bit, or some combination of the above.)

Small Business Marketing Unleashed

I’m referring to the upcoming Small Business Marketing Unleashed conference in Houston, which is three weeks away: April 21-22.

Save $100: If you’re thinking about going, be sure to use the discount code PUPPY when you register online to get $100 off the price. That’s just $875 for a two-day conference focused solely on small business marketing strategies and tactics.

It’s a great lineup of speakers/presenters, including several I’m looking forward to meeting and learning from (Wendy Piersall, Mack Collier, Sage Lewis). In addition to the 90-minute local searchfest, I’ll also be presenting the SEO Success Pyramid to help start the conference on day one.

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  1. Aaron.Weiche says:

    Hey Matt- I think with breaking it down to sections and allowing maximum interaction (isn’t that what this conference is about?) … you’ll be just fine. Local search as the topic should provide a ton of great questions.

    I can’t count the number of conferences I’ve been at with more value in the Q&A time then the presentation. Real life examples and challenges track so much better with the audience in my mind. Have fun, wish I was going.

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