Speaking at BarCamp Nashville – Are You Going?

If you’re in Nashville on Saturday, October 17th, the place to be is downtown at Cadillac Ranch where the third BarCamp Nashville will be happening, and I mean really happening. This is where the best minds in technology, web, digital content, social media, and more will be.

And if you do go, you can see at least two [meta]marketer folks speaking: I’ll be doing a talk on “Evolution, not Revolution: Why Optimizing Beats Redesigning” and Matthew Freeman, who heads up acquisition optimization here (think SEO, social, and more), will be presenting a session called “The (Content) King is Dead, Long Live the King.”

I’ll also be joining my fellow “feek” (Female Geek) friend Courtenay Rogers from Primarily Rye for a fun panel called “Networking in Nashvegas.” Don’t miss that one — it’s going to be a blast!

There are a whole lot more great sessions where those came from, too. Be sure to sign up to attend, and if you’ve got something you want to speak about, sign up for that too! I look forward to seeing you there.

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