Google's Martin Splitt announced and confirmed that he and his colleagues are in the middle of planning the series of Google Search virtual events and conferences in 2021. He said on Twitter, "Good news everyone! We're in the process of setting up a number of virtual events (including, but not limited to, one more virtual unconference!)."
Here is the tweet:
Good news guys! We are in the process of setting up a number of virtual events (including, but not limited to, one more virtual unconference!) 🎊
Here's a blast from the past when we announced the first virtual unconference last year: https://t.co/4zAR6cDSFs pic.twitter.com/9ayuOPUPpz
– Martin Splitt (@ g33konaut), January 12, 2021
In 2020, due to COVID and lockdowns, Google hosted a series of lightning calls, a quickly sold out virtual unconference, released the videos for the 2019 Google in-person webmasters conference, and promised a bigger virtual conference for the next month. This is on top of any YouTube channels they produce, the Hangouts, online help, and much more.
Looking forward to what Google has lined up.
Of course, SMX – the conference I'm attending – has six virtual shows on the program this year. Try them out – we're taking a slightly different approach that we think is super unique.
Forum discussion on Twitter.