Atlanta is often left-out of the Web Conference mix, so I'm super psyched that my hometown is hosting this year's Webmaster Jam Session!
For whatever reason, despite being the most “most wired city in the US,” Atlanta rarely gets any tech love. I know, I know we’re no Seattle. We’re no Vegas. We’re certainly no San Francisco. Hell, we’re not even Portland. Still, you’d think the 8th or 9th largest city (depending on the census) and the so-called “Capital of the New South.” Where’s the ATL love?
In fact, Atlanta is so frequently left-out of the Web Conference mix, I didn’t even KNOW that Webmaster Jam Session 2008 was going to be in my own backyard until like two weeks ago!
So many genuinely cool and awe-inspiring superstars are going to be there, Jeff Croft, Dan Rubin, Nathan Smith — my Austin roadtrip hombre Keith Robinson — I’m really, really thrilled about the whole event.
If you’re going to be in Atlanta (or want to be!) on October 3rd and 4th, and you are interested in web technologies, design, SEO or social media, this should be a fantastic conference! Spots are limited, so register now — oh, and if you use the code “REDCAT” when registering, you’ll save 20%!
If you’re going to be in town or are interested — give me a heads up via e-mail or Twitter — I’d love to meet up with you!
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Devin Reams said:
Gee, I hadn’t even realized this one existed either. So many conferences (and un-conferences), so little time.
congrats on the speaking engagement! i bet you’ll rock it like an all-star. we should still do that SxSW proposal!!!
Devin — I agree! This is exciting for Atlantans though.
Lisa — thank you! And YES — look for an e-mail from me later this week.
Bombchell — in Atlanta said:
lol @ first i was really excited. then i surveyed the site, and clicked register. $199 [stares blankly], erh i think ill pass.
Sienna Richardson said:
i was wondering if there are webmasters who manages several thousand websites at a time.„*
David Harris said:
i am a webmaster myself and i always seek information on the net on how to increase website traffice and make a good website,.;
Ellie Hughes said:
being a webmaster is sometimes very tiring due to the large amount of multitasking involved.,;