As always, the fine folks at WebmasterWorld put together a fantastic conference (special thanks to Jeff Garland who always goes above and beyond). PubCon Boston proved to be a bit smaller than previous shows, but the smaller crowds allowed for more time with each attendee, and a bit more intimacy amongst the entire group.
The sessions were packed with information. I am amazed at how much I still learn going to each conference. So much is shared during the sessions, and even more can be gleaned from the crowds once they loosen up (the conversation really flows at the bar). I was fortunate enough to speak on the blogging panel, and learned a lot from the experience – thanks to both Matt Cutts, and Jeremy Zawodny for hopping up on the panel at the end to help with some Q&A. Anne Kennedy did a great job of moderating, and her quick thinking helped to fill a gap in the time.
We uploaded some pictures of the show to Flickr, and others have tagged some of their pictures as well. If you have a Flickr account, send up your pictures, and make sure to tag them “PubCon” – that way the whole world will be able to enjoy. Check out all the pictures currently tagged PubCon.
We look forward to seeing everybody again at future conferences. I am sure that we will see some of the same faces in November, when PubCon does the annual Vegas extravaganza. Additionally, we will be exhibiting at SES in San Jose come August. Hope to see you there…