Though it doesn't have the flash, glamour, or legalized prostitution of Las Vegas, Indianapolis (at least this year) does have one thing in common with Sin City: Me as a conference speaker.
I have been accepted as a speaker at this year's Mixwest marketing/social media/design/tech conference, being held on July 31 and August 1 on the campus of the University of Indianapolis. My session is called "Zombies and Hummingbirds: What Google Updates Mean for Content," though the schedule hasn't been finalized yet, so I can't tell you exactly when you'll get to hear my thunderous, James Earl Jonesian voice.1
|"Dear Indianapolis, I won't see you soon." (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
This presentation will be based on the one I gave in March in Las Vegas to a great bunch of copy editors. But, of course, time on the Internet moves more quickly than everywhere else, so I have some updating to do to make sure I'm giving the most up-to-date info I can.
I am, as the kids say, totes excited about the opportunity. I hope to see some of you there!
1. Results may vary.
2. Seriously, though, she could turn this great conference into something epic.