Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
Forensic SEO consultant Alan Bleiweiss has just launched a new web site at EpicDinner.org as the official site for all things related to his EpicDinner events that take place throughout the year at different search industry conferences around the country.
This new web site has all the information anyone needs who might be interested in attending one of Alan's now wildly popular industry dinners. Whether they just want to get a basic overview of what their all about, read up on the history and how they came into existence, or find out when the next dinner will be taking place, the site offers an easy to navigate layout and helps visitors get the information they're seeking.
The site, launched this past week, also has a page dedicated to sponsorship opportunities for anyone interested in sponsoring an upcoming EpicDinner event.
According to Bleiweiss, Sponsorship is key to these dinners because "sponsorship money helps defray the costs of the dinner - and when enough sponsor money comes in, attendees get the bonus of a completely free meal. We typically choose restaurants where the per-person price is anywhere from $60 up to $100 or more. So sponsor support means many more people can attend than would otherwise be able to given the expense."
Originally started in the spring of 2010, the dinners have been hosted all around the country, most recently this past October in Las Vegas. With upcoming dinners in New Orleans in conjunction with Pubcon NOLA, and Miami Beach in conjunction with Interactivity Digital 2013, Bleiweiss felt it was time to take the experience to the next level.
Future plans for the new site include the creation of an official #EpicDinner logo, photo galleries, and more... For those curious, the hashtag is an aspect of the brand because Twitter is the main channel Bleiweiss uses to announce, build support for and communicate about each new dinner.
EpicDinners are the brain-child of Alan Bleiweiss, a search marketing consultant who specializes in SEO audits. They exist solely as a way to help bring together conference attendees in an informal, relaxed and fun setting - people who might not get to meet each other walking the halls of a hectic conference schedule. They've also become a regular way for past attendees to come together throughout the year and build on existing friendships.