There’s never a dull moment in the life of Arnie Kuenn. He’s preparing for a marathon of events over the next eight weeks. When Arnie isn’t looking over the shoulders of his team at Vertical Measures or writing a book, he’s speaking at industry conferences and events both locally and across the country. Up next, Social Media AZ, today September 9 at MadCap Theaters in Tempe, Ariz. Arnie will present Winning Tactics for Content Creation and Marketing. The event is expected to draw nearly 400 attendees.
Then, he’s on a plane and off to Search Marketing Expo East, October 4-6 in New York, where he will participate in a Link Building Clinic. This interactive session takes volunteers from the audience and examines their questions about link building by going live on the web to seek answers and examples. In addition, Arnie will be part of a very successful SMX Advanced panel called Show Me the Links.
On October 11th, Arnie will speak at the ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Arnie will present amongst a variety of well known media professionals from near and far as a part of Cronkite’s fall Speaker Series. The title of his presentation, The Future of Content in an Online World, in which he will discuss how content is king and the role that journalists, writers and marketers now play in the online world. Other presenters include former CNN anchor, Aaron Brown and KPNX Channel 12 anchors, Lin Sue Cooney and Mark Curtis.
Next, it’s off to Baltimore for the Power of eMarketing Conference, October 20-21, at which Arnie, along with Grant Eckert of Harte-Hanksm, will present a Search Marketing Panel and Interactive Discussion Workshop.
With little time to rest, Arnie is on a flight to Las Vegas for PubCon 2010, November 8-11. PubCon is one of the most anticipated search and social media expos of the year. Arnie, along with Tim Ash and Brian Combs, will give live site reviews for session attendees. And last, but not least, Arnie will participate on a panel, Real World Winning Tactics for Content Creation and Marketing, along with other content experts as they share their methods of how to keep the flow of keyword-rich and relevant content going.
Whew! I’m exhausted just thinking about all of this. But, Arnie’s a pro and I’m sure he’ll make this all look easy. I don’t doubt that the Vertical Measures team will create some interesting murals while Arnie is away. We never fail to impress the boss with our artistic skills. If you’re in any of these cities, be sure to check out these great conferences and events and wish our fearless leader, Arnie Kuenn, good luck!
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