MozCon 2017 will bring some of the biggest names in digital marketing, brand development and SEO to Seattle for three days this July. The granddaddy of SEO and digital marketing conferences features thought-provoking talks, great ideas session and a chance to network with over digital marketing professionals.
If you’re planning to attend, read on for our comprehensive MozCon Event Guide.
MozCon 2017 will take place in Seattle, at the The Washington State Convention Center.
MozCon 2017 runs for three days from July 17-19, 2017.
Places to Stay at MozCon, Seattle
Seattle is one of America’s best cities, with an ideal coastal location and some of the country’s best seafood. Why not spend a few days exploring town before or after of the conference? The lush green city has loads of parks to relax in, an amazing food-scene and a beautiful harbor.
Standard hotels for MozCon can fill up fast. Top hotels in Seattle include, Redmond Inn, Oxford Suites Silverdale and Best Western Bainbridge. Meanwhile, there are plenty of affordable Airbnbs just a short walk or bus ride away from the Washington State Convention Center.
Traveling to MozCon
The nearest place to fly to is Seattle International Airport, and from there you can take a train, bus or taxi into the center.
MozCon is in downtown Seattle, which is easy to get to from anywhere in the city using the Seattle Light Rail, bus or taxi right to the Convention Center.
General admission (three-day pass) is $1549.00
For Moz subscribers, a discounted three-day pass is $1049.00
MozCon speakers will be unveiling their top tips for ranking higher in search results and making data-driven decisions.
Top speakers at this year’s conference include Microsoft’s Purna Virji, Etsy’s Stephanie Chang and MOZ’s very own Rand Fishkin and Britney Muller.
Pictured below: Facebook’s Alex Schultz at a previous MozCon conference
Pro Tips for Attending MozCon
Make an effort to network and build relationships, not to sell yourself
It’s better to make genuine connections with a few people than to meet everyone
Take a fresh set of business cards and make an impression before you hand them over