WebmasterWorld/PubCon Partners with SEOClass

Jun 8, 2007 - 10:30 am 0 by

seoclass.gifAs I was checking some upcoming conference websites yesterday after recovering from a great SMX Advanced conference, I noticed that Brett Tabke's head all of the sudden showed up on the SEO Class website. I hadn't seen that before, but little did I know that big changes were coming. Brett announces in a WebmasterWorld thread that PubCon has partnered with SEOClass, thereby bringing his expertise to the table.

From the press release:

AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WebmasterWorld Inc. (http://www.WebmasterWorld.com) and SEO Class Inc. (http://SEOClass.com) today announced a partnership to produce a PubCon SEO Class, a premium Internet marketing training program. The two-day premium SEO Class SEM training programs are limited to less than 50 participants and focus on midrange to advanced Search Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimization curriculum.

This should be pretty good. I heard three of the speakers (Todd Malicoat, Brad Geddes, and Michael Gray) at SMX, and I know that they have a pretty good lineup.

The next SEO Class conference will be held on July 30th and 31st in New York City.

Forum discussion continues at WebmasterWorld.


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