MozCon Local 2016


MozCon Local 2016
Event on 2016-02-18 12:00:00
Local U Workshop – Thursday, February 18, 2016 Join LocalU for an afternoon of tactical workshops focused on the how-to's of Local Search Marketing on Thursday, February 18, 2016 at Moz Headquarters in Seattle. At most conferences, questions pertaining to a specific business or website or agency issue can't be addressed due to audience size. But at LocalU Advanced workshops, answering those types of questions is exactly what we'll focus on – helping you with your specific questions and problems. We'll walk you through the  process for competitive analysis using a real local business and show you methods and tools used to find weak spots in your competition and marketing sweet spots for you. We'll discuss agency management issues and solutions and brainstorm link opportunities with attendees. There'll be workshops devoted to helping you to better track and report on local search and how to zero in on the best citations for your industry and locations. As always, a representative from Google My Business will be there to answer your questions and assist in resolving any problems you may have. There will also be sessions with live audience site reviews and plenty of time for Q & A. MozCon Local Conference – Friday, February 19, 2016 Join us to deep dive into local marketing and SEO with industry experts and colleagues at MozCon Local. Informative for all levels, you’ll learn next-level tips and tricks for building content, getting reviews, and optimizing SEO and local ranking factors as you attend talks, participate in live Q&A, and mix with fellow in-house and agency marketers, Yellow Pages publishers, and consultants. See you in Seattle! You won’t find any stuffy networking events here. Connect with our amazing community of industry leaders, chat with the speakers and Moz staff, and pick up some cool swag. Purchase your ticket now! Local U Workshop – Thursday, February 18, 2016 9 for Local U Forum Members & Moz Subscribers 9 for General Admission MozCon Local Conference – Friday, February 19, 2016 9 for Local U Forum Members & Moz Subscribers 9 for General Admission Hotel Group Block W Seattle 1112 4th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 Phone: (1)(206) 264-6000 Rate: 9.00/night (includes high speed internet access) Cut-off date: Thursday, January 28, 2016 Reservation link: W Hotel Flight Discounts Get a discount on your flight! We worked with both Alaska Airlines and Delta Airlines to save money on your flight to MozCon Local. If flying on Alaska, head to alaskaair.com and use the code ECMW654 for 5% off. If flying on Delta, go to delta.com and use the code NMMFN for 2-10%, depending on where you depart from and return to.   Some of our great speakers (more coming!) Darren Shaw from Whitespark Darren Shaw is the President and Founder of Whitespark, a company that builds software and provides services to help businesses with local search. He's widely regarded in the local SEO community as an innovator, one whose years of experience working with massive local data sets have given him uncommon insights into the inner workings of the world of citation-building and local search marketing. Darren has been working on the web for over 16 years and loves everything about local SEO. David Mihm of Moz David Mihm is one of the world’s leading practitioners of Local search engine marketing. He has created and promoted search-friendly websites for clients of all sizes since the early 2000’s. David co-founded GetListed.org, which he sold to Moz in November 2012. Ed Reese of Sixth Man Marketing Ed Reese leads a talented analytics and usability team at his firm Sixth Man Marketing, is a co-founder of LocalU, and an adjunct professor of digital marketing at Gonzaga University. In his free time, he optimizes his foosball and disc golf technique and spends time with his wife and two boys. Emily Grossman of MobileMoxie Emily Grossman is a Mobile Marketing Specialist at MobileMoxie, and she has been working with mobile apps since the early days of the app stores in 2010. She specializes in app search marketing, with a focus on strategic deep linking, app indexing, app launch strategy, and app store optimization (ASO). Lindsay Wassell of Keyphraseology Lindsay Wassell's been herding bots and wrangling SERPs since 2001. She has a zeal for helping small businesses grow with improved digital presence. Lindsay is the CEO and founder of Keyphraseology. Mary Bowling of Ignitor Digital Mary Bowling's been in SEO since 2003 and has specialized in Local SEO since 2006. When she's not writing about, teaching, consulting and doing internet marketing, you'll find her rafting, biking, and skiing/snowboarding in the mountains and deserts of Colorado and Utah. Mike Ramsey of Nifty Marketing Mike Ramsey is the president of Nifty Marketing and a founding faculty member of Local University. He is a lover of search and social with a heavy focus in local marketing and enjoys the chess game of entrepreneurship and business management. Mike loves to travel and loves his home state of Idaho. Rand Fishkin of Moz Rand Fishkin uses the ludicrous title, Wizard of Moz. He’s founder and former CEO of Moz, co-author of a pair of books on SEO, and co-founder of Inbound.org. Robi Ganguly of Apptentive Robi Ganguly is the co-founder and CEO of Apptentive, the easiest way for every company to communicate with their mobile app customers. A native Seattleite, Robi enjoys building relationships, running, reading, and cooking.   – Early Bird Tickets are the largest discount we offer on MozCon Local 2016.  – Early Bird Ticket deals cannot be combined with any other MozCon Local discount codes. – No refunds on Early Bird Tickets; transfer only. Transfers will be accepted through Tuesday, February 2, 2016. – Full refunds on full-priced Pro and GA tickets will be given if tickets are cancelled by Friday, January 15, 2016. 

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