Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 22, 2005 -- WebmasterWorld has announced its Keynote Speech will be by John Battelle, co-founding editor of Wired Magazine and Wired Ventures. John Battelle is an entrepreneur, a journalist and professor and was recently named a "Global Leader for Tomorrow" by the World Economic Forum. In addition to John Battelle's Keynote, the New Orleans conference will feature speakers from the key industry businesses, including Google, MSN Search and Yahoo.
John Battelle's Keynote will kick off the sessions to feature speakers from an impressive list of major industry players, including About.com, AdBrite, Alexa, Amazon, Atlas One Point, Ask Jeeves, AvenueA, Beyond Ink, Boost Search Marketing, Bruce Clay LLC, ClickTracks, Commission Junction, Ebay, FindWhat, Google, InfoSeachMedia, Kanoodle, LinkShare, Looksmart, Microsoft, MSN Search, Monster Commerce, Overture, MoreVisibility, Mirago, Omniture, PositionTech, PRWeb, RedZone Global, Quigo, SEOPR, SiteLab, Urchin, ViewMark, WebmasterWorld Inc, and Yahoo.
WebmasterWorld's Search Conference will be comprised of tracks focused on search engines, affiliates & advertising, and webmasters & e-commerce.
Brett Tabke, CEO of WebmasterWorld.com said, "To have the opportunity to hear from one of the web's most influential people is an honor. John Battelle's television appearances on 60 minutes, the Biography Channel, and his own Web 2.0 Conference have helped put him in that special rarefied net air few attain. We have a fantastic line-up of speakers with every area of the search marketing catered. "
WebmasterWorld is actively planning several other conferences around the world (including the UK, and Las Vegas) for 2005. Dates for the future shows will be announced shortly.
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WebmasterWorld was established in 1998 with online BBS roots tracing back 1984. It is a comprehensive news and discussion forum for web professionals and features more than 100 specialist topics covering technical and marketing Internet topics for all levels of ability. It has public and private subscribers-only sections and is the fastest growing forum on the Internet today.