An SEO Conference In My Backyard

Filed in Conferences/Educ. by Matt McGee on October 27, 2008 4 Comments

learn about webThis is so seriously cool: Next Friday, November 7th, some of my best friends — who happen to be some of the smartest search/online marketers around — are coming to my hometown for a one-day search conference.

It’s called Learn About Web, and it’s geared specifically for small businesses. It’ll run from 8 am to 5 pm at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick — a hop, skip, and jump from Casa McGee!

I don’t think I have many blog readers in the Tri-Cities, but I do think some of you are reading this from your home base in Seattle, Portland, Spokane, and maybe even down in Boise. And I’ll ask you this question: Where else are you going to get to spend a day learning from folks like Jennifer Laycock, Mack Collier, and Stoney deGeyter for $130?

(Pssst. Just between us: If you use coupon code BUY1GET1 on the registration form, you can bring a friend for free. Or use coupon code TCLUNCH to get $50 off a single registration.)

I’ll be giving my Local Search Workshop next Friday — the 90-minute presentation I’ve done at the two SBMU conferences this year. Only next Friday I’ll be speaking fast enough to finish it in 60 minutes. Still not sure how I’m gonna chop 33% off, but I’ll make it work.

It would be great to see you there!

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  1. David Mihm says:

    Man, I wish I’d seen this TCLUNCH thing a week ago :) Looking forward to seeing all the SEOs and small business owners there!

  2. suzanne says:

    bit to far for me to come but any tips are always good :)

  3. Kevin Ames says:

    Thanks for the discount code. Enjoyed the conference. Sure beats paying a lot more for similar value in Seattle or NYC.

  4. Matt McGee says:

    Hey Kevin — it was great to meet you! I’m glad you made the trip into Tri-Cities, and thanks for introducing yourself. That was a fun day for sure.

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