…Not So Much SMX Liveblogging After All

June 7, 2010
By Lisa Barone in Internet Marketing Conferences

Those that follow me on Twitter may be aware that I injured myself on Friday afternoon. I had hoped that spending the weekend flat on my back with a heating pad would allow me to walk upright by Monday so that I could fly to Seattle for SMX Advanced. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case.  I’m still horizontal and alternating between writhing in pain and wondering if my back/shoulder is going into labor or just having another muscle spasm.  As a result, Outspoken won’t be providing liveblogging coverage from SMX Advanced 2010 as planned.  And I feel really horrible about that.

I’ve never missed an SMX Advanced show and it kills me to have to miss this one.  It also kills me to disappoint people who look forward to our live coverage, however, I know there will be lots of good stuff coming from Bruce Clay, Inc. and Search Engine Roundtable so make sure you check those guys out.

If you’re going to the show, also check out Rae on the Vets Take All Comers session on Wednesday afternoon. And if you’re not going, well, take comfort in the fact that I’ll be watching it with you via Twitter.  I’ll be the one horizontal, looking like I can’t move.  Come find me.  We’ll eat ice cream.

Apologies again to everyone for having to drop out at the last minute.  It sucks and it’s not my style.

[If you’re heading to Toronto instead of Seattle, you can catch Dawn doing a site clinic at SES Toronto on Friday. We won’t be liveblogging that one either.  Feel free to just take me out back and shoot me.]

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