We are glad that Pubcon 2013 was not only a learning experience for us, but it was the best edition ever. Our team spent the week in Las Vegas covering one of the biggest social media gatherings.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 02, 2013
PageTraffic Buzz, one of the media partners of Pubcon 2013 successfully covered the entire event. The Tweets and live session coverage by PageTraffic kept Pubcon's religious followers updated with all the happenings, who could not make it to the conference this year. PageTraffic Buzz also came up with the unique concept of daily infographic, which measured the success of each day on social networking platform Twitter & addressed the highlights of the day.
Navneet Kaushal, Editor PageTraffic Buzz said, “We are glad that Pubcon 2013 was not only a learning experience for us, but it was the best edition ever. Our team spent the week in Las Vegas covering one of the biggest digital marketers gatherings. We continuously tweeted & blogged about sessions and keynotes in the conference.”
Pubcon 2013 kick started with keynote from Jason Calacanis on 'State of the Media'. Schema – Semantic Markup and Search, another session managed to drive engagement & interest of the attendees. Straight Jacket-Free In-house SEO and No Virginia, Link Building Is Not Illegal were popular sessions of day one. Popular speakers of the day were Jason Calacanis, Eric Enge, Michael Dorausch, Alan Bleiweiss. PageTraffic Buzz came with its exclusive infographics, which was a new way to popularize the meet. The company's success is reflected in the fact that its live session updates were shared & re-tweeted by a good number of conference followers.
The infographics summing up each day at Pubcon were largely shared by speakers, attendees, and all of those keeping a tab of the event. The live reporting of Pubcon and detailed sessions coverage by the team further added to the popularity of PageTraffic Buzz. To check out Pubcon Las Vegas 2013 day one in numbers, click here. To get an overview of the sessions held & attended by PageTraffic Buzz on Day 1, visit this link.
Matt Cutts presented the keynote, Moonshots, Machine Learning & Future of Google Search on Day 2 of Pubcon.A Session on Pinterest with prominent speakers like Vince Blackham (Director of Social Media, 97th Floor) and John Rampton (Editor, Search Engine Journal) charmed the conference attendees. Scaling Up With High Quality Content became another highlight of the day. PageTraffic Buzz's infographic for day two is available here. To view the overview of Day 2 at Pubcon, click here.
Talking of day three, Scott Stratten, Kesley Libert, Greg Gifford and Sage Lewis emerged as popular speakers. Some other sessions those garnered limelight include Links with Maximum Juice & Minimum Risk, Competitive Intelligence - Social Media Tools and Tactics, Real World Low-Risk High-Reward Link Building. Scott Stratten came up with the day's keynote, QR Codes, Unmarketing of Logo and Immediacy.
A session on Negative SEO – Hot Topics and Trends Panel on day three of Pubcon 2013 fetched great response. The session featured Jonathan Goodman (President, Halyard Consulting), Joe Laratro (President, Tandem Interactive) and Dwight Zahringer (CEO, Trademark Productions/TruReview.com) as speakers and was majorly about Negative SEO and ways to avoid it. PageTraffic Buzz's final day infographic too laced quite a large number of followers. For those who missed out on live updates of the day, they can have a quick overview here.
“The four day conference was full of sessions and keynotes from who's and who of search marketing industry. The entire coverage was great and we had a wonderful experience interacting with digital marketers & listening to experts at Las Vegas,” added the executive.
Pubcon has always been a multi track social media and optimization conference, a great opportunity to learn and absorb new industry techniques and methods. Similar was its 11th edition Pubcon Las Vegas 2013. PageTraffic Buzz felt great to be a part of an international gathering that comprised of leading search and social media professionals. While hundreds of exhibitors and speakers made it to the event, PageTraffic Buzz's live event coverage came handy for the ones who could not.
About PageTraffic Buzz:
PageTraffic Buzz is a blog dedicated to news, views and reviews related to Digital Marketing. It keeps its followers updated with latest developments in the online marketing world. PageTraffic Buzz began its operation in 2006 and augmented really fast. Today, it has more that 7,000 subscribers and over 10,000 posts on the website. The company boasts of above 50,000 monthly page views and has also been listed as one of the top SEO blogs by Pandia.