Two New Conferences: ADSPACE & Found

Apr 16, 2009 - 7:02 am 2 by

There are two new conferences coming up that I thought I let you know about. One is focused specifically around contextual ads, and is named ADSPACE. The other is focused on the technical side of SEO and is named Found.

The ADSPACE conference is an adTech conference taking place in San Francisco on April 22nd. The speaker list is impressive, including keynotes from Brad Bender, Product Management Director at Google, Will Martin-Gill, Director of Internet at Marketing eBay and Tim Kendall, Director of Monetization at Facebook. The Google AdSense blog posted a promo code that can save you 20%, the promo code is ADSPACED.

The Found conference is an O'Reilly Media backed event, organized by Vanessa Fox and Nathan Buggia of Microsoft. Speakers include Matt Cutts of Google, Nick Cox of Yahoo, Alessandro Catorcini of Microsoft, dozens of other search reps, and SEO celebrities such as Danny Sullivan, Jill Whalen, Greg Boser and others. I have a 15% discount code if you register using fd09ser code. Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

This article was written earlier this week and scheduled to go live April 16th.


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