That’s right, Think Visibility is coming back bigger and better in 2010 with the Leeds-based Think Visibility 3 conference that covers “the things that usually get left behind in the web design process”. Therefore, if you’re interested in blogging, SEO, affiliate marketing, PPC when it comes to your websites, then this is definitely an event for you.
You may get the opportunity to attend quite a few of these kind of events if you’re based in the south, especially around London, but obviously there’s less of these available here in the north, so if you’re based up here, then here’s your chance to attend a conference without having to travel so far as you might normally have to, plus it’s also takes place on a Saturday, so you don’t even have to take a day off work! Think Visibility 3 is taking place on the 13th March 2010 at the Alea Casino Conference Centre in Leeds, West Yorkshire and tickets are priced at £119 (cheaper than some other similar conferences).
I’ve been to the previous two conferences that took place last year and took a lot of knowledge, networking and motivation away from these events, so for example, if your work involves websites or if you’re a northern blogger looking to learn more, Think Visibility 3 could be ideal for you. You can take a look at my Think Visibility 2 Review (Sep 2009) which covers all the sessions that I attended and find out the kinds of things that got on at this event.
Think Visibility 3 Speakers
The list of speakers that will be giving speaking at Think Visibility 3 is a combination of established names as well as some new to these kind of events, which is another of the great things about “Think Vis” – you really do get a good mixture of people talking about whatever areas that they have expertise in.
The Final Think Visibility Speaker is Announced!
In addition to that impressive list of individuals, here on Zath we now get to exclusively announce the final speaker to be confirmed for Think Visibility 3 is….Andrew Burnett…
Andrew helped Macromedia clients solve their software problems (it’s a feature, not a bug), until the company was taken over by Adobe.
Currently, Andrew helps clients increase their visibility ranging from local SMEs and bands to
international publishers. In August of 2009, EdTwinge–a project he co-founded–was featured on BBC, Mashable, Techcrunch & Guardian in the space of a weekend. Needless to say Andrew spends more time than is healthy on his arse in front of his monitor.
When Andrew’s not staring into the internets he enjoys the music of James Brown (on original American vinyl, of course). Despite being both Scottish & Swiss he neither yodels nor plays the bagpipes but does have penchant for fondue & single malt whisky.
Think Visibility Preview Summary
In addition to the speakers’ sessions, there will also be the opportunity for attendees to have a Free Eyetracking session done on one of their websites (places for this are limited to a set number on a first-come, first-tested basis), it’s a chance to improve your website, it could be a real “eye-opener” for your website and this is a free potential benefit of attending.
At the Think Visibility events there are normally plenty of opportunities to talk to like-minded (and perhaps equally beneficial, some different-minded) people and do some good old-fashioned networking, both during the event itself and also at the two organised Think Visibility networking parties that are being held the night before and the night of the event.
So there you have it, details of the previous Think Visibility events, why you should perhaps be going, information on who’ll be speaking and oh yeah…just one more thing…if you get in quick to register and buy your Think Visibility ticket before the end of 31st January 2010, you can save £20 on the cost of your ticket and get it for £99 instead of the normal price of £119.
Are you planning on attending Think Visibility? I’m planning on being there, so I hope to see you there too! Clearly these people/websites are also going to be attending Think Visibility 3 as they have also blogged about attending this event, so I’m looking forward to meeting and talking with these people…