Full Majestic SEO Session At Pubcon

By Dixon Jones October 10, 2010


We are delighted to have a whole session at Pubcon in November. Pubcon Las Vegas is the world’s largest conference dedicated to Webmasters interested in Search engine optimisation and Internet marketing. We want to make the session instructive and enlightening – so we have entitled the session “using Majestic SEO to the Max” and have invited two of our partners to come and add richness to the session.

The intended audience will be people that have already used Majestic SEO – either on a free account or on subscription – and we want to take you further into the system than you have been before, whatever your current knowledge of our toolset. John Straw form Influence Finder and Jon Henshaw of raventools can show you how they have gone beyond the website functionality and built added value through integrating our API into their own systems, whilst I will try to show you how you can take the web based subscription data and leverage it through tools like Excel and third party  tools to give you something new.

I do not want people to leave the session saying “I ws hoping to find out something a bit more in-depth.” So if you are going to Pubcon and have a direction that you want to take the session, please tell me in the comments and I will try to cover your questions, suggestions and issues head on.

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3 Responses to “Full Majestic SEO Session At Pubcon”

  1. wembley stadium parking said:

    October 11, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    This is the kind of thing I want to go to in London, when are you doing a show here? I like the way MajesticSEO makes their articles really easy to understand too.

    • Dixon said:

      October 12, 2010 at 9:06 am

      Funny name that… “Wembley” :)

      Sure – pop along to London Excel today. I am presenting at A4UExpo.com today at Midday. Ican’t go into much depth here though, as the presentation is about SEO ranking factors in 2010, not about Majestic SEO per se.

  2. Greg Beddor said:

    October 12, 2010 at 12:59 am

    Good idea, I’m there.