Catching Up With Outspoken Media

Happy Friday! Or, perhaps I should say, Happy Friday the 13th! Whichever you’re celebrating, I thought I’d take a second to say hello (holla!) and let you know where you can find Outspoken Media hanging out in the wild over the next few weeks. We’ll be hitting the road to hang out and speak at some great shows so, if you live in or will be visiting any of the same towns in the upcoming weeks, come find us and say hi!

Where will we be? Well, I’ll tell you.

The #MozNYC SEOmoz Meetup 

Okay, so technically this event has already happened since it took place last night. So, if you missed it, you’re kind of out of luck. However, if you dim the lights and pull up Rhea’s presentation on Supplemental Hell, you can pretend like you were there.  Here, let Rhea woo you back to Thursday…

I didn’t get to see Rhea’s presentation live so I checked it out this morning and, I have to say, it looks like she pretty much DOMINATED it last night. Wish I was there to see it in action.

Oh, and I totally didn’t get emotional when I saw one of Outspoken Media’s beloved faces made a cameo in the presentation. Nope. Not at all.  [We miss you , Michelle!]

If you’re in NYC, there’s still time to spot the infamous Rhea!  She’ll be there today delivering an SEO/social media training session for a company in the area, so if you see a flash of red hair, it may be her. Or, you know, it could be a stranger.

BlogWorld NYC

Speaking of the Big Apple, the first East Coast version of BlogWorld Expo will be kicking off May 24-26 in NYC. Will you be there? I will! I won’t be liveblogging but I will be in town to hang with some of my favorite bloggers and provide daily recaps for Outspoken Media. If you’re not registered, I’d encourage you to check out the kickass schedule and see what you’ll be missing by NOT showing up. There are some great, great sessions on the lineup this year.

If you won’t be there, let me know which sessions you’d like me to cover. I’ll do my best to hit as many as I can. And, of course, if you will be there – let’s meet up and grab a drink!

SMX Advanced 

We couldn’t properly kick off a summer of search without hitting the SMX Advanced show happening in Seattle on June 7-8. Rhea will be speaking on the Leveraging SEO Power Tools session happening on Day 2 and hanging around to act as Q&A moderate for a couple of others. I’ll be providing full liveblogging coverage of the show, so keep your eyes out for our schedule which will be posted in a few weeks. And, even more exciting – SMX Advanced will be your first chance to meet Outspoken’s own Sabre Sarnataro. It will be Sabre’s first time attending a search event (or Seattle) so we’re excited to show her off and help her get her feet wet. Be careful though, if you think I have a sharp tongue, you haven’t seen anything until you’ve met Sabre. ;)

That’s a quick look at where Outspoken Media will be hanging out over the next couple of weeks. We hope to see you out and about. :)

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Lisa Barone

Lisa Barone co-founded Outspoken Media in 2009 and served as Chief Branding Officer until April 2012.

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4 thoughts on “Catching Up With Outspoken Media

  1. Aw, there you go, making me all verklempt again! I miss you guys too! <3

    And best of luck to Sabre on her first OSM outing! I'm serious, you need to go to that bakery, Cinnamon Works. Really. Just one of those cookies could sustain you for weeks if you were stranded on a desert island. Mmm…snickerdoodles…

  2. wish someone had video of that presentation… or audio.

    That slide about “how do you know?”. That’s my one question. How do you know what pages in your site are in the Supplemental Index?

  3. What a pity that I can not get on these presentations. I live in another country. It would be interesting to see, and especially to apply this knowledge in practice. I expect you to material breakdown in the presentation ..

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