Getting Ready for Napa Summit 2017

When you find yourself researching something enough, it often makes sense to blog it.

Such is the case with Napa Summit, an SEO/SEM conference on March 30-31 in Napa Valley, CA.

After seeing the list of speakers, I started noticing them more frequently on podcasts & videos. Since they were consistently good, I started searching for interviews of other speakers directly. Here are some of my finds, embedded for your convenience. If you’re going to Napa Summit, maybe you’ll find this useful. Also, say hi! @sean_orourke

note: marketingterms has a media partnership with Napa Summit on the conference calendar, but this post is strictly for my own planning and amusement as a conference attendee.

also note: this post uses a lot of embedded media, so it might need a little longer to load.

Speaker Links

SpeakerCompanyTwitter
Jim ChristianBlush Digital@jim_christian
Mike KingiPullRank@iPullRank
Marcus ToberSearchmetrics@marcustober
Marty WeintraubAimclear@martyweintraub
Aleyda SolisOrainti@aleyda
William SearsLinkedIn@WKSears
Rob BucciStat Search Analytics@STATrob
Erin EverhartThe Home Depot@erinever
Jeff RohrsYext@jkrohrs
Collin ColburnForrester@CollinColburn
Nick TurnerBotify
Charlie CaliseCalise Partners, LLC
Adam SingerGoogle@AdamSinger

Location Information

Miscellaneous

Off topic, but can anyone recommend a good gym nearby that offers day passes? 5 days in Cali would be a long time to not lift anything! 😃 Tweet any recommendations to @sean_orourke. Powerlifting gyms are ideal, but rare, so anything with barbells and free weights will suffice.

Okay, that’s all for now. Let’s close with the Wikipedia page for Castello di Amorosa. 🏰

Also the Napa Summit site for anyone who hasn’t seen it yet: http://napasummit.com

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