Here we were, minding our own business, creating a really fabulous conference, and you just couldn’t leave it alone. You had to get excited. You had to go and tell others. Then they got excited and told their friends and, here we are six weeks before the conference with not another spot in the house. As of 2:30 Tuesday afternoon, some lucky person snagged the last seat, and we find ourselves in a place we’ve never been before:
Web 2012 is SOLD OUT.
We are dumbfounded. We are overjoyed. We are thrilled and excited and trying hard not to squeee in our morning cereal. Because we have a crazy show ready for you folks. There are speakers coming from both coasts and everywhere in between. People who have stories to share and skills to teach and new people to meet and greet and tweet. There’s so much going on you won’t be able to make every session you are interested in. And that’s okay–because you’ll network with others who missed sessions you went to. You’ll share and compare notes and walk away with new ideas to implement when you get back. You’ll network with old friends and new connections.
500 of them, in fact.
So we thank you, from the bottom of our geeky hearts, for placing value in this conference and using your hard earned professional development dollars to attend. As we put the finishing touches on what promises to be our best offering ever, we continue to ask ourselves “What would knock their socks off?” You’ll see the answer to that next month.
We can’t wait for June!