I’ve been so busy traveling around speaking at conferences and meeting with prospective clients and keeping up with our current client work and pushing to do everything better that I’ve neglected to update this blog with some of these same goings-on. And there have been quite a few!
First, though, I want to tell you that Brannan Atkinson has released the Atkinson PR podcast episode he recorded a week or so ago in which we discussed website optimization, analytics, SEO, and PodCamp Nashville. He’s a really good interviewer, and we had a lot of fun with it. I hope you’ll give it a listen and let me know what you think.
Speaking of PodCamp, I’ll be speaking there at the end of the month, and instead of my usual topic of analytics or optimization, this time it’ll be about blogging, and I think it’ll be a good discussion. The event is Saturday, March 26th at Cadillac Ranch in downtown Nashville. There will be dozens of sessions on podcasting, blogging, social media, mobile, and all sorts of related topics, so if you’re at all into digital media and content, it’ll be well worth your time. After all, it’s free. You can’t argue with free.
Now let me back up a bit to February, when I had the pleasure of speaking at Online Marketing Summit in San Diego on a panel about analytics along with Aaron Maass, Adam Proehl, and Josh Manion. In other words, rockstars. They let me moderate the panel and although I may or may not have made an inappropriate remark or two, it went really well.
Then last week I attended and spoke at PubCon South, which is a conference that dives into the in-the-weeds details of SEO and online marketing. I was on a panel about conversion and landing page optimization along with Brian Massey and Janet Driscoll Miller (more rockstars). We also did some live interactive reviews of landing pages, which was a blast.
Anyway, I have a handful of other speaking engagements coming up, but I’ll try to break my pattern of silence and post about those as they approach. But do listen to that podcast! I’d love to know what you think.