by David Wallace | Oct 2, 2015
Pubcon Vegas 2015 is just around the corner as I write this. I’ll be presenting in a session simply called “Infographics” and be talking about infographics of course. I’ll also be moderating a session entitled “Monetization – Learn Affiliate Marketing and Management” with speakers Paul Schroader and Adam Riemer. The following post lists some of the things we like to do and where we like to stay when in Vegas.
by David Wallace | Oct 23, 2013
Here are links to the slide decks for the two presentations I gave at PubCon Las Vegas 2013. I presented in two sessions, one entitled “Convergence of Social Media & Search” and the other entitled “Proactive Link Campaign Tactics.”
by David Wallace | Oct 17, 2012
Here are links to the slide decks for the two presentations I gave at PubCon Las Vegas. I will write up a summary later for each but at this time, I’m still quite busy with the conference itself.
by David Wallace | Sep 3, 2012
PubCon Vegas 2012 is quickly approaching. The dates are October 15 – 18, 2012 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It promises to be one of the biggest and best PubCons yet! Yours truly will be speaking on two panels and moderating a third. Here is my speaking/moderating schedule.
by David Wallace | Oct 10, 2008
I’ve never been to a PubCon or even to the city of Las Vegas. So not only am I looking forward to attending this year’s PubCon in Las Vegas, I have the added privilege of being part of the speaking team as well. I will be speaking on Tuesday, November 11, 2008 in a session entitled “Is Social Media & Search a Love Story or a War Story?” along with fellow peeps Chris Winfield, Liana Evans, Bill Hartzer.
by David Wallace | Sep 25, 2008
I’m freshly back from attending the 2nd Small Business Unleashed conference, this one held in Columbus Ohio where I served as one of four live-bloggers covering the sessions and workshops presented there. Like the first conference, this one proved to be an excellent time for learning, sharing and networking with small business owners from around the globe (one guy came from Australia). Out of all the conferences I attend, I have to say that this one is my favorite not only because of the quality, but the intimacy it provides seeing it is a much smaller conference than some of its larger counterparts.
by David Wallace | Jun 9, 2008
The 2nd installment of SMX Advanced has come and gone. I was glad to have been able to be a part of it having missed the first one. In two days I live blogged a total of 8 sessions and attended one additional one that I didn’t live blog. I met up with many old friends and even met some new people. It was also the first trip to Seattle for me although there was little time to actually enjoy the city. All in all, another great conference and a great trip.
by David Wallace | Apr 25, 2008
I’m two days back from the first Small Business Marketing Unleashed conference and I have to say that this was probably one of the best conference I have ever been to. The conference attracted right around 50 paid attendees which made for a very intimate setting. Speakers and those of who were live blogging were able to spend some real quality time with attendees. The information that was presented in sessions and workshops was of the highest quality and the food served up set the bar high for any other conference to follow.
by David Wallace | Mar 10, 2008
I finally got my photos from the SMX West conference in Santa Clara up on Flickr. Sorry it has taken so long but last week I spent the majority of time digging out and keeping up with blogs and social media stuff. There is just under 90 photos there, some of which were taken from the sessions I live blogged while others are more related to the night life and people we hung out with all week.
by David Wallace | Feb 28, 2008
Besides speaking in a session entitled “Reputation Monitoring & Management Through Search” at this week’s SMX West conference, I also helped in the live blogging efforts for Search Engine Roundtable. I stuck to a pretty light schedule seeing that I have my lovely wife, daughter and new grandson with me on this trip. I was able to attend all three keynotes (although I didn’t cover them) and live-blogged four sessions in total.