07 Jan 2010

Jim’s Beta Conference Schedule for 2010

I’m starting to put together my travel schedule for 2010… I have Feb and March set… but I’m still deciding on other conferences for all the future months…I really just want to go to 1 conference each month…There’s some of these that I hope to be speaking at as well….guess if I’m speaking on any, that’ll be the one that I’ll be going to that month… Let me know if you want me to speak at your conference.

February:
SES London – February 16-19
Confirmed: Speaking on Link Building Methods and Risks.

March:
SES, New York – March 22-26,
Confirmed: Speaking on Link Building Methods and Risks.

April:
Ad:tech- Paris – April 7-8
or SMX – Toronto – April 8-9
or Pubcon – Dallas April 13-15
or ad:tech – San Fran april 19-21
or eMA – San Fran 21-22
or SMX Sydney – April 22-23

May:
SMX Advanced London – May 17-18
or SearchExchange – North carolina May 17-19

June:
SMX Advanced Seattle – June 8-9, 2010
or Affiliate Convention Denver ~ June 21-22

July:
Vacation ? Egypt, Africa, Cruise?

August:
SES San Francisco Aug 16-20  – Confirmed Going.

September:
ad:tech London sept 21-22

October:
SMX East – NYC – October 4-6

November:
ad:tech – New York – Nov 3-5
or Pubcon Vegas Nov ?

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If you want me to speak at your marketing conference, please email my first name at webuildpages.com.

Here’s a few speaking testimonials:

SEOMoz – Favorite Tidbits from PubCon 2009
This was seriously one of my favorite sessions. The speakers (including Rand) had a ton of great information but the one that really stood out to me was Jim Boykin of We Build Pages. He gave away some really great tips…

SEO Disco – Pubcon Feedback
Jim’s presentation was, by far, my favorite because he was very up front and told it how it is. Since he speaks at so many conferences, he makes it a point to present new information every time. I thoroughly enjoyed the candid nature and honesty of his presentation. He gave us a “behind-the-scenes” look into his actual link building processes. A lot of his methods are similar to what I have already been doing… but it is nice to have this type of confirmation from an industry expert. This information is priceless for the beginning SEOer and I hope they left with some good notes. Needless to say, I did indeed take-away a few great points from Jim’s presentation.

Peter Davis – Thanks Jim Boykin
The presentation by Jim Boykin was head and shoulders above the rest… .All the other presentations, in that session as well as in others, were very much more general and more focused on what not to do with your link building campaign. Jim’s presentation was very focused, and he gave concrete examples of a method that he uses for link building. If you ever have an opportunity to attend a conference where Jim is presenting, be sure to schedule yourself to be there to see him. If you’re looking for a firm that does link building too, you should consider giving him your business.

Mike Grehan – Webmasterworld wrap up.
Jim’s presentation was jam packed with actionable do it now data which I thought was just great. And really well presented.

On my linkedin Profile Page
If you’ve ever heard Jim speak at a conference there’s no doubt he’s on the leading edge of the Search Marketing arena. He delivers top notch advice, ideas, and strategies, without needing to resort to trickery or selling “snake oil”. He should be on every company’s short list of people to talk to.
Michael Gray, Owner, Atlas Web Group Inc. and SEO Blogger Graywolf

Scott contacted us about obtaining our services, and in our contact form we ask “How did you hear about us?” and his response was “your seminar in Chicago (Hostingcon 2007) — it was worth the entire trip!”
Scott R

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I love traveling, and I love speaking about SEO and Link Building.

I’m lucky that I get to do both.

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