PodCamp Cleveland Offers Participants More Than Other eMarketing Conferences

PodCamp Cleveland offers more ways to interact and participate with informal sessions for all types of new media at first annual event on May 1.

Cleveland, OH, April 23, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Before you make your final reservation at another marketing conference, register for the free un-conference at PodCamp Cleveland on May 1, 2010, at the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center. Sponsored by Search Circus and KingPin Computers, two well-known Cleveland SEO and computer repair companies in the area. Whether you are a small business owner, entrepreneur, non-profit agency, college student or senior in high school who wants to learn how to attract customers, consumers or gain more visitors to your social network and get ahead of your competitors, or learn how to effectively use a podcast, this is the event for you.

The first annual PodCamp in Cleveland is better than a regular marketing conference not only because it's free, but also because it's a great way to network with others who are actively using and succeeding with podcasting, social media, search engine marketing, press release submission, video marketing, blogging and more to increase friends, fans, followers, online networks and business. PodCamps are held worldwide and across the U.S. every year, attracting some of the best experts in the social media and podcasting industry, but also those who are eager to share their experience with others through creative commons licensing. All content at PodCamps are free to share with others, provided that attribution is given to the original source.

PodCamp Cleveland encourages participants to take photos, record, copy and share everything from this un-conference as long as they agree to the Creative Commons licensing rules for attribution and non-commercial use. Anyone posting written or visual media online are encouraged to use the official hashtag to identify material from PodCamp Cleveland as #PCCLV10, so it is searchable for anyone looking for this type of content. What other marketing conference encourages this type of sharing and licensing?

The informal Podcamp will offer up to 16 classes for participants to choose as well as a chance to exchange business cards through networking, promote their business, hobby, social media sites and offer impromptu classes of interest to other participants. Registration sign in begins at 9 am with a continental breakfast and opening remarks. There will be two morning sessions and two more sessions in the afternoon each consisting of three classes per session. PodCamp Cleveland will have closing remarks and feedback in the afternoon and the entire conference ends at 4 pm.

Early online registration and session speaker slots are still available. Visit www.PodCampCleveland.com to register and sign up for a session topic today.

PodCamp Cleveland
Wendy Suto