The first annual HubSpot User Group, HUG, has been very well received. So much, in fact, that we needed to book a bigger venue for all our excited customers and partners! With two weeks until the event and more than 300 customer registrants, HubSpot is excited to be able to continue growing registration now that the Tuesday, October 5th one-day conference has been relocated to UMass Boston's Campus Center, featuring a grand ballroom overlooking the water.
The all-star cast of presenters is no doubt one of the many reasons HubSpot users are excited about the event. We are pleased to announce that, in addition to David Meerman Scott and Dharmesh Shah, the Future of Inbound Marketing Panel will be complemented by Chris Brogan of New Marketing Labs and Ann Handley of Marketing Profs, author of Content Rules. This panel, to be moderated by HubSpot's VP of Inbound Marketing, Mike Volpe, will explore the next months and years of inbound marketing to give customers a leg up on marketing strategies and tactics that will keep them ahead of the competition.
HubSpot customers Paul Roetzer of PR 20/20 and Jeffrey Henning of Vovici will each lead sessions on content creation strategy, ranging from the use of personas for ultra-relevant content to how to create a blog factory that drives lead generation.
Additional HubSpot executives, including Brian Halligan, will lead presentations throughout the day, many accompanied by HubSpot inbound marketers who have deep expertise in specific areas of inbound marketing. HubSpot customers will share their experiences and best practices during two afternoon customer panels. The HUG agenda is designed to provide both strategic and hands-on advice to help HubSpot customers become better marketers and leverage their HubSpot subscriptions to grow their businesses.
HubSpot customers can still register until October 1st to take part in the education and networking of HUG 2010. If you are coming to HUG, also consider attending additional marketing events happening throughout the week at FutureM in Boston.
Register now and then follow HUG updates using hashtag #HUG2010! We hope to see you there!