As I mentioned in my speaking schedule post the other day I’m limiting myself to 10 keynotes for 2007 (no panels), and I’m only doing events where I can really spend two full days preparing a keynote with high value. A keynote that will get people thinking, get press coverage, and really push the industry forward. As my time to do speaking gigs goes down I’ve challenged myself to have more impact when I do speak–to make something happen. The SES Chicago event created massive discussion on “SEO is BS,” and the iMedia summit keynote really created a great discussion about “good and evil 2.0” in marketing.
The folks at TheNextWeb asked me to keynote their event in Amsterdam on June 1st and I’ve agreed. Now I’ve just got to some up with something really important to discuss! 🙂