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Introducing the first ever Blackhat World conference. This event will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada starting on November 15 and going through November 17. This is the first event of its kind and the hype around it has been growing significantly. There are many speakers that will be scheduled to talk in this event. Most of which are incredibly successful entrepreneurs who have made their mark in the Internet marketing and online world.

Tickets for this event have already been selling fast and with the lineup of scheduled speakers, it is no surprise why. Tickets for this event start at $1,195 and $1,495. If you are going in a group, you can purchase them for $999. If you claim your tickets after September 17th, the price per ticket will go up to $2,495 so don’t delay for this great opportunity.

You may have heard of several of the speakers. Speakers include names like Scott Stratten, Erika Napoletano and more. Below, we will introduce a few of them and give you a quick bio for each.

James Agate is the owner of Skyrocket SEO. He began this company in 2010 and it became hugely successful. He provided SEO services to clients around the world and is one of the leading backlink suppliers on the web. His company handles extremely large linking orders on a consistent basis. James is in charge of creating and improving client strategies for their websites. He is going to bring great insight to the event for those who are interested in the SEO side of online marketing.

The next guest that we have on our list of speakers is the CEO of Distil Networks, Rami Essaid. Rami graduated with a degree in Comp Sci and will be speaking at the conference in November. He is an expert in security and security systems and uses his company to provide protection from bots that attack websites.

Mathew Woodward is the owner of an award winning SEO blog. In his blog, he creates extremely detailed and high quality case studies which not many people are able to match. He began his blog thanks to an SEO case study where he was able to rank a website without the help of any backlinks. He only turned his efforts to the content and the quality of it. Naturally, his audience loved the great content that he was producing and spread his site around the web, thus creating backlinks for his site and allowing it to rank higher. You can find his blog at matthewwoodward.co.uk.

There are plenty of other highly successful speakers that are planning to be at this event. No matter what type of marketing you are into, you will find speakers that have real life success within your field. Not only that but you will gain valuable insight by learning about how people have become successful through other methods aside from your own. If you want to be a great marketer, you should try to attend this event.

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  •  Blackhat, eh? Not sure if this will count as spam. (2+ / 0-)
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    serendipityisabitch, greenbird

    Have a happy Cinco de Mayo. If you answer then this diary is not spam.



    Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary? . . . and respect the dignity of every human being.

    by Wee Mama on Mon May 05, 2014 at 04:50:46 AM PDT

    •  Well, my spidey senses focussed on this: (2+ / 0-)
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      Wee Mama, trumpeter

      "No matter what type of marketing you are into, you will find speakers that have real life success within your field." "If you want to be a great marketer, you should try to attend this event."

      The target audience certainly isn't on this site. ;)

      At least half the future I've been expecting hasn't gotten here yet. Sigh.... (Yes, there's gender bias in my name; no, I wasn't thinking about it when I signed up. My apologies.)

      by serendipityisabitch on Mon May 05, 2014 at 05:04:14 AM PDT

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    •  butbutbutbut ... there IS a blackhat. (0+ / 0-)

      and i don't remember its being bad.
      of what do i think ?
      something very arcane but bookmarked, alas, so well as to now be unfindable. damn.
      i love a good mystery.
      usually.

      TRAILHEAD of accountability for Bush-2 Crimes? -- Addington's Perpwalk.

      by greenbird on Mon May 05, 2014 at 09:20:42 AM PDT

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      •  well. ;) guess i'm pretty good with organizing (1+ / 0-)
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        Wee Mama

        my bookmarks.

        as i was saying, it's bojo, nevertheless.
        FAP !!

        16 years is a long time to fly under kos' radar, i would think. or else some big rule got broke, ergo: bojo.

        no way.

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        From its inception in 1997, Black Hat has grown from a single annual conference in Las Vegas to the most respected information security event series internationally. Today, the Black Hat Briefings and Trainings are held annually in the United States, Europe and Asia, providing a premier venue for elite security researchers and trainers to find their audience.

        damn: i musta been eating green beans again ...

        TRAILHEAD of accountability for Bush-2 Crimes? -- Addington's Perpwalk.

        by greenbird on Mon May 05, 2014 at 09:26:58 AM PDT

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  •  hmmm. i gotta make a phone call ... brb. (0+ / 0-)

    you'll see their T# at the very top of this page.

    they're a little too weighty for my processor, so i'll just say i left a quick msg, asking for a return email, re whether they'll be sending anyone. and/or whether they're aware of the Nov convention and/or aware of Blackhat.

    picked the most local and most likely folks who'd be going.
    proud, for a long time, that they chose harwich for HQ.
    ;)

    stealth bird ruffles fluffs feathers, gives self fist-bump.

    TRAILHEAD of accountability for Bush-2 Crimes? -- Addington's Perpwalk.

    by greenbird on Mon May 05, 2014 at 09:45:20 AM PDT

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