Las Vegas SEO Conference Lands Google’s Matt Cutts as Keynote Speaker

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It was announced late last month that search and social media conference and expo PubCon has booked Google’s Matt Cutts as its keynote speaker for this year’s PubCon Las Vegas 2011, taking place now, November 8 – 10, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Cutts, Google head quality control engineer and web spam team leader (also often called the company’s “unofficial spokesman”), has been a popular and frequent PubCon speaker since 2004. This year’s conference marks the first time he has delivered the PubCon keynote address.

According to PubCon and WebmasterWorld founder and chief executive Brett Tabke, Cutts will both deliver the address and answer some audience questions. “For PubCon Las Vegas 2011, Matt Cutts will deliver a keynote address featuring his unique Google insider’s take on the current ‘State of the Engine’ and the future of search, followed by a rare uninterrupted period of Q&A time with PubCon audience members, making this a must-attend PubCon event,” he said.

Las Vegas social media attendees should sign up today is they wish to attend PubCon Las Vegas 2011. Other speakers tapped for the event include:

  • Emmy award-winning technology broadcaster Leo Laporte
  • Disney SEO manager Jeff Preston
  • CNN.com SEO coordinator Topher Kohan
  • Wall Street Journal in-house SEO Alex Bennert
  • Just added: Google’s Amit Singhal!
  • More than 200 other top speakers featured in over 100 sessions within nine conference tracks

The annual PubCon event can be a potential turning point for your social media agency. According to Tabke, “ will be a week of unrivaled search and social media learning and exploration with our biggest session lineup ever, and with Cutts offering his special perspective and audience interaction you won’t want to be anyplace but sunny Las Vegas in November.”

Interested parties can still attend this Las Vegas SEO event.

To learn more or register, visit www.pubcon.com.

23.02.2016


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