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Posts Tagged ‘Speakers’

Let’s Give It Up for the Community Speakers of MozCon 2017!

May 11, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  No Comments

Posted by ronell-smithWhew! That's the collective expression shared by the committee who perused this year's community speaker pitches for MozCon 2017, which will be held July 17–19 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, WA. Let's just say, the entire group brought it. There were more than 120 people vying for six speaking slots. We've written in the past about how the committee whittles the submissions down, and then, before making the final selections from a group of about 20 people, we watch videos, peruse decks on SlideShare, and try to determine if a potential speaker would be successful on the stage. (Speaking...

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?The Finalized MozCon 2016 Agenda & Congratulations MozCon Ignite Speakers!

August 9, 2016  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by EricaMcGillivrayAll the puzzle pieces have come together, and MozCon 2016 is ready to rock! Over the past week, I've had the pleasure of peeking at our speakers' outlines, and I cannot wait. Whether you're looking to for the latest SEO information, ready to tackle mobile's biggest issues, wanting to push your content to 10x, or generally wanting to absorb everything online marketing, it's going to be so good. If you're reading this post and remembering you haven't bought your ticket yet, I'll pause: Buy your MozCon 2016 ticket! Now let's get to the good stuff: The MozCon 2016 AgendaMonday08:00–09:00am Breakfast 09:00–09:20am Welcome to MozCon 2016!...

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?The MozCon 2016 Community Speakers Have Landed!

July 6, 2016  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by EricaMcGillivray[Estimated read time: 6 minutes] That's right! Please join us in congratulating the four community speakers for MozCon 2016 — September 12–14 in Seattle. This year, we received 140 submissions. And while the overall number of submissions were down, the quality of submissions has gone up. Typically, we've been able to eliminate ~100 submissions for not meeting the minimum bar, but this year, it was more like ~20. Which only means competition for these four slots was harder than ever before. For those wondering more about what makes a great MozCon pitch, I've included the pitches, plus a comment from...

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Give It Up for Our MozCon 2015 Community Speakers

May 6, 2015  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by EricaMcGillivraySuper thrilled that we're able to announce this year's community speakers for MozCon, July 13-15th in Seattle! Wow. Each year I feel that I say the pool keeps getting more and more talented, but it's the truth! We had more quality pitches this year than in the past, and quantity-wise, there were 241, around 100 more entries than years previously. Let me tell you, many of the review committee members filled our email thread with amazement at this. And even though we had an unprecedented six slots, the choices seemed even tougher! 241 pitchesLet that number sink in for a little...

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Announcing the MozCon 2014 Community Speakers

May 18, 2014  |  SEO  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by EricaMcGillivray Get ready to give some high fives, because I have some great news to share today: The four community speakers for MozCon 2014, July 14-16th in Seattle! First, I want to thank everyone who tossed in their hat. It's an incredibly brave thing to do, so pat yourselves on the back. We had 146 submissions this year—about 10 more than last year—during the week and a half that they were open. There were tons of amazing ideas, incredibly thoughtful sharing, and all around excitement. The selection committee all agreed that 2014's pitches were the best yet. Though, of course, that makes...

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