San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 24, 2010
Conference organizers and meeting planners can now promote their conferences for free at ConferenceHound.com .
Conference Hound, the attendee friendly home for finding all about conferences, trade shows and conventions has added a new feature that allows conference organizers to enter and control information about their conferences. All basic listings will appear in the site at no charge. This feature adds another tool to the marketing arsenal for conference organizers and meeting planners seeking to ensure that their conferences, trade shows and conventions are easily discovered by prospective attendees.
With the addition of this feature, Conference Organizers can now control the content of their online listings by entering data on conferences, venues, hotels, speakers and more. By providing this option to conference organizers, Conference Hound is adding an additional service that will not help ensure accurate listings on the Conference Hound site.
Commenting on this new feature, Bruce Carlisle, CEO of Conference Hound stated, “Our goal is to have the most comprehensive, accurate and reliable aggregation of conferences on the web. Unlike other conference listing sites which tend to rely on “crowd sourcing” and “site scraping” for their listings, we are giving the organizer control over their own listings.” Carlisle added, “Listings will appear in an environment that provides reviews and recommendations along with additional relevant content on venues, cities, industries as well as recreational and cultural activities at conference locations.”
ConferenceHound.com is a fast growing website devoted to celebrating conference going by improving the quality of the attendee’s search for conferences and the activities related to attending those conferences. The website is founded by digital marketing pioneer Bruce Carlisle. Conference organizers and exhibitors seeking to reach potential attendees can find more information on the website at http://conferencehound.com/organizers.