The Search Central Unconference is back

Wednesday, June 09, 2021

Search Central Unconference 2021

You asked, and we listened. We are excited to announce that we will be hosting another Search Central Virtual Unconference on June 21st, at 3PM UTC. Read on to learn more about the format.

What is the Search Central Virtual Unconference?

Because we want you to actively participate in the event, this is not a typical Search Central Conference or online conference. This event isn't just for you - it's your event. In particular, the word "unconference" means that you get to choose which sessions you want to attend and actively participate in. You will shape the event by taking part in discussions, feedback sessions, and similar formats that need your input.

It's your chance to collaborate with other site owners, SEOs, developers, digital marketers, publishers, and Google product teams, such as Search Console and Google Search, which helps us deliver more value to you and the community.

How does it work?

The Unconference is an interactive event, centered around conversations.

We have opened the registration for the event today. As part of the registration process, we ask you to select two sessions you would like to participate in.

As we have limited spots, we might have to select attendees based on background and demographics to get a good mix of perspectives in the event. We will let you know by June 16th if your registration is confirmed.

Once your registration is confirmed, you will receive the invitation for the Google Meet call on June 20th with all the other participants, the MC, and the session facilitators.

You can expect to actively participate in the sessions you're interested in via voice and/or video call through Google Meet. Please note that the sessions will not be recorded; we will publish a blog post after the event that will include some of the top learnings.

We have very interesting proposals lined up for you to vote on, as well as other fun surprises. Save your spot before June 14th and join the Search Central Virtual Unconference.