Wanted: Session Ideas For SMX Advanced
Here's your chance to help shape the agenda for our always sold-out Seattle conference.
Do you have a topic you’d like to see covered in a session at SMX Advanced in Seattle, WA on June 2-3, 2015? Something you’d like to see covered in depth, or a discussion of strategies and tactics for getting the most out your search marketing campaigns? If so, we’d like to hear from you.
Anyone can submit a session idea for an SMX conference, even if you’re not interested in actually speaking at the show. Just tell us the name of a suggested session, a description of what you’d like the session to cover and your contact information, if you like. Contact details aren’t required, but they help in case we have follow-up questions.
We’re looking for two types of suggestions:
Session ideas for regular SMX sessions. Most sessions at SMX conferences are 60-90 minutes in length, and feature 2 to 3 speakers. Here, we’re not looking for solo presentations; rather, your idea should be a topic where multiple speakers can each weigh in with their own point of view, opinion and suggested tactics. You can let us know if you’re interested in speaking, or would just like to see the session idea considered without nominating yourself to speak.
Session ideas for solo presentations. Solo presentations are keynote level, Ted-style presentations from industry visionaries. We’re looking for the best of the best: seasoned professionals, acknowledged thought leaders, inspiring communicators. People who will wow attendees with their insights and motivate them to chart new territory in their own online marketing campaigns. If you pitch to speak on a solo session, you really need to wow us to be seriously considered. Solo sessions are typically 25 minutes long.
Key Milestones For SMX Advanced – Mark Your Calendar!
The session “suggestion box” is currently open; closes February 3
- Agenda posted & speaking pitches open week of February 9
- Speaking pitches close February 27
- All speakers finalized March 3
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