AXZM CEO, Steve Floyd, To Present At Pubcon Internet Marketing Conference Hosts a Barrage of the Regions Top Talent
DALLAS, Feb. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With the Pubcon Regional Austin 2013 Conference quickly approaching, AXZM is proud to announce that thier CEO and founder, Steve Floyd, has been selected to speak at the conference on Thursday, February 21st. Floyd, who has long championed the process of integrating Search Engine Optimization rsearch and analysis with Content Strategy, will bring his thoughts on the subject to conference attendees. The session in which Floyd will be contributing is titled "Campaign Development for Content Marketing". He is speaking on a panel with Christina Zila of Textbroker International and moderator Roger Dooley, author of Brainfluence and Forbes.com blog "Brainy Marketing."
The invitation was extended by Pubcon founder, Brett Tabke, who tapped Floyd to speak earlier in January. "It's a privilege to be speaking alongside some of the brightest minds in the industry," says Floyd, who also serves on the board of the Dallas/Fort Worth Search Engine Marketing Association (DFWSEM).
The dynamic event began in 2000 when a group of early Internet webmasters and SEOs gathered at a London Pub.The conference, which will take place at the University of Texas' AT&T Conference Center, is widely known as a convergence of the Internet marketing industry's top thinkers and talents. With a rich history and tradition of providing bleeding edge industry insights, tactics and strategies, Pubcon (formerly Webmaster World"), is the platform that many industry luminaries and speakers have used to get their message out.
Over the years, it has grown significantly. Now, Pubcon draws thousands to each of its regional events, and even more make the pilgrimage to Pubcon's largest yearly event which takes place in Las Vegas in the fall. As for the Austin installment of the event, Floyd is looking forward to contributing, where he hopes to spread the gospel of the intersection of SEO and Content Strategy.