As you might expect from Moz, the focus at Mozcon is on search, SEO, and how advances in related tech (read ‘gen AI and social platforms’) will impact the future of web search. The target audience is “digital marketers of all stripes”, and for those unable to attend in-person, livestream passes are available too. (Full ticket holders also get access to the presenter videos, post-event, to share with their teams.)  
Sessions range from strategic to tactical, delivered by expert speakers from leading brands, Moz’s partner agencies, and Moz itself. There are resoundingly “no boring expo halls here”, but plenty of opportunity to network with peers – in ‘Birds of a Feather’ discussion groups and after-hours events.

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