Back when I didn’t have a blog, Brian Chappell urged everyone not to go to IM Springbreak. Now that I do have a blog, I can tell you not to listen to Brian. (Unless he’s talking to you about social media. Then you should write down every word he says.)
You can’t miss IM Springbreak. It’s the follow up to last Fall’s Scary SEO and if you’re not there….well, then I seriously question your mental sanity and commitment to Internet marketing. Actually, I’m probably doing that already, but I digress.
Why should you attend?
- Because two-thirds of Outspoken Media will be speaking (I drew the short straw and have to stay home. We’re a startup. Someone has to work. )
- You can’t buy a better networking opportunity. This is a small show with a seriously talented list of speakers.
- It’s an all-star conference for a bargain price of $500 a head.
- Dave Snyder is one of the nicest and most awesome guys in search (and his wife is super hot).
I wrote a rave review of the inaugural Scary SEO and this show looks even stronger. The sessions are tighter, the speaker list is ridiculous, and they’re being smart and keeping the tons of personal one-on-one time that sold me on the first show. That’s something you just can’t find at a bigger conference.
And if that’s not enough, you can catch both Rhea and Rae speaking.
Rhea will be speaking on Day 2 during the Three Major Code Issues panel with Carolyn Shelby and Will Reynolds. The trio will be breaking down common code issues they see and giving attendees advice on how not to fall victim.
Rae will be speaking later in the day on the Link Building panel with new dad Brent Csutoras and Will Reynolds (Methinks Will has a thing for Outspoken Media :)). She’ll also be giving a special, totally NDA’d keynote* on the morning of Day 3 that you’re not going to want to miss.
And if the $500 sticker price scares you (hi, have you seen the ticket prices for the larger shows? Be quiet.), IMBroadcast.com is giving you a chance to go on their tab. Check it out.
The ladies hope to see you there!
NDAs don’t pertain to business partners, right? I don’t think it’s fair that I can’t get the goods on Rae’s super private keynote. Dave, can you help a blogger out? I’m always the Jan to Rhea’s Marsha.