Miss PubCon Boston? No You Didn’t. Read the PubCon Blog Round Up!
I searched Google News, Google blog search (lots of fresh blog posts – much improved since last I searched it), Technorati, Yahoo, PreFound and Ask (who has SEL’s feed in their news results… yay!). Malcolm Gladwell was PubCon’s keynote speaker, so I’m opening this post with the (2) writeups I found about him.
Malcolm Gladwell: Social Power Tops Economic, Political
Malcolm Gladwell – Pubcon Boston Keynote (Lee Odden)
Danny Sullivan rounded up some sessions: Conference Coverage: PubCon 2006 & SES Japan 2006
Lee Odden has LOTS of links (he’s got MANY not on this list)
WebmasterWorld Boston 2006 Pubcon Wrapup
He also knows how to get down: YPN Party – Boston Pubcon
And Barry Schwartz rounded up the forum coverage:
WebmasterWorld Pub Con Boston 2006
And, just to play favorites, my good buddy and esteemed colleague Adam Schultz, Manager of Product Development for MarketSmart Interactive, attended 6 sessions at PubCon and wrote the following reviews:
Competitive Intelligence and Search Marketing: Keep it Smart, Keep it Legal!
Search Engines and Webmasters Super Session with Ask, Google, Yahoo and MSN
Search Marketing and Public Relations Session
Blogging Advice From Jeremy Zawodny, Matt Cutts and Robert Scoble
Blog Optimization + Q/A With Matt Cutts and Jeremy Zawodny
Optimizing for ENORMOUS Clients
WebProNews, my alma mater, tore the roof entirely off the mother:
Stars Of Blogging Come Out At PubCon
Link Building And Dangerous Heights
Search Engine SmackDown!
Google Lunches With Sitemaps At PubCon
Building Links At PubCon
I really liked this review, as it was pithy and easily digestible:
19 things I learned at PubCon Boston 2006 (Webmaster World)
Joe Duck is a new name to me, but has some good write ups:
Webmaster World Day 2 – Jeremy, Matt, Robert on blogging
Google and Yahoo review websites at WebmasterWorld Boston
WebmasterWorld Boston moves to the Elephant & Castle
And last but not least:
Dan Kramer Interview
Link Building Clinic
Who’d I miss? Please add your PubCon coverage or coverage you liked in the comments.