Search and Social Woot!

Next month, social media and search marketing professionals will land on the Garden Isle for a four-day Woot! focused on “Search and Social.” A Woot! being a gathering that’s not as impersonal as a conference, nor as stuffy as a summit. The event will feature speakers from well-known technology brands.

The “Master of Ceremonies” is Laura Lippay (@lauralippay), former director of technical marketing at Yahoo!

The “Search and Social” Woot! will be the Kauai Marriott Resort from Sept. 27-30, 2010. You can register online. Tickets are $1,376 ($445 for companions). The conference rate at the hotel is $189 per night.

Here’s the pitch:

Whether you are an avid search marketing or social media marketing rock star; an executive looking to incorporate or improve your search marketing and social media marketing, or a member of an agency that offers search marketing or social media marketing either as a sole service or as part of your online marketing, general advertising, public relations, customer service, or brand awareness strategies – the Search and Social Woot! will provide you with the strategies, how to’s and complete know how to thrive in this ever changing environment. Our Agenda includes discussions and debates around the hottest topics complete with speakers from large corporations such as:

As well as highly respected individuals from experienced agencies like Demand Media, Apogee, Portent Interactive, and more. The Search and Social Woot! ads uniqueness to its lineup by bringing you professors and educators from respected Universities from all over the globe including the University of Washington, Seattle, WA and City University, Hong Kong for an experience like no other conference that you won’t want to miss.

Photo by Laura Lippay, used with aloha.

Ryan Ozawa

Ryan Kawailani Ozawa has immersed himself in new technologies and online communities since the days before the web. From running a dial-up BBS in the early '90s to exploring today’s dynamic world of "Web 2.0" and social media, he has long embraced and evangelized the ways in which technology can bring people together.