Posted June 1, 2007 4:41 pm by with 11 comments

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If you’ve not bailed for the weekend, you could find yourself winning a free pass to next week’s sold-out SMX Advanced conference.

Fionn Downhill of Elixir Systems is unable to use her full pass to SMX and, rather than see it go to waste, wants to give it away to one lucky Marketing Pilgrim reader.

It’s short notice, but we’re going to do our best to help her and you out.

So, here’s the deal. If you:

  1. Want to go to SMX
  2. Can get yourself there – please don’t ask for it, if you can’t actually go
  3. Are willing to provide a summary of the conference, with a minimum of 1000 words, by the end of next week – so we can publish on Marketing Pilgrim

Leave your name in the comments below and Fionn and I will pick one lucky reader. If you can tell us why you deserve to go, that might help your chances!

We’ll close off comments at 6pm PST.

  • I am totally bummed I could not go but I hope somebody else gets to take advantage. It sounds like and awesome conference schedule.

  • eCopt

    I’ll already be going, so I wouldn’t need the pass, but I would be happy to cover the event in a post or two per the requirements you mentioned.

    Let me know if you need another SMX angle.

  • Jordan McCollum

    Um, am I eligible, Andy?

  • @Jordan – if I’d known you could go, I would have just asked. Doh!

    We’ll see what kind of response we get.

  • Jordan McCollum

    Oh, man. My husband just told me this morning to ask you if you had a way to get me a pass. *crossing my fingers*

  • I’m in Hood River, just a hop, skip and jump, and I’ve only seen Chris & Danny in big SES setting-love to go to smaller, advanced session. Thanks for your consideration, Lisa

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  • I’m in Portland, Oregon and am ready to go. June 5th is my birthday.

    So. Why me? With thousands of your readers adept at ‘basic’ SEO and Internet Marketing, the author would need to be able to bridge high-level SEO concept with practical, empirical SEO knowledge and current trends.

    Why me? Because I beg the question, “Okay, I’ve got it. Keywords, content, links. Now what?”

    You can find me on Google ‘internet business consulting’.

    Further, the ideal candidate would be able to do more than simply cite quotations, they would need to synthesize the information and apply it to your core audience.

    You can see an example of my work here:

    I am also a photographer, videographer, and journalist. I feel that I am strong candidate. Thanks for your consideration.

  • Thanks everyone. We’ve decided to let our own Jordan go, as she’s promised to cover each session she attends, so every reader can feel like they’re there – plus we hope you’ll all agree she deserves it for the great work she does.

  • Thanks, Andy, for your consideration, and a great blog.

  • @eCopt – always happy for another angle.

    @Garry – thanks.