Hey guys! +Erin Yates quit her job, started with us, and flew to #MozCon all in one day. We're so proud of this gorgeous and informative post she put together about her experience. Enjoy, and please help us in welcoming her to the community - she (hopefully) made a great choice! ;)
So how was everyone's MozCon? Did all the out-of-towners find Seattle to be an enjoyable vacation destination?
I myself had a blast even though Seattle is my backyard. MozCon is such a perfect blend of people and information that I wish it were longer. There is just so much to absorb and so many people to meet that 3 days can barely suffice! It flew by... Still pouring back over my notes trying to sort everything out!
Hey Everyone! I'm really looking forward to MozCon. This will be my first time and I'm looking forward to connecting with others in the industry. I run a small (staff of 4) Internet strategy firm in Santa Barbara, CA. I also own a brick and mortar fitness studio. Going between both worlds allows me to play with my two passions. I'm looking forward to connecting with you before, during, and after the conference.
Hey all! Looking forward to next week's MozCon. My intro: I work in marketing for a SaaS company native to the Greater Seattle area. Good news for me because that means I'm within driving distance of MozCon! Anyway this will be my first time in attendance and I can't wait to share/learn/grow. I just so happen to be randomly acquainted with Joanna Lord (formerly of Moz) who will be speaking at the conference. (She is one of my Sister-in-law's best friends...random indeed.) I look forward to seeing that as I have heard so much about the strength of the presentations this group can put together.