This is footage from the first conference on web marketing ever held. The year was 1994. The place San Francisco. Featured speakers, your truly and Marc Andreessen, the co-founder of Netscape.
It’s an hour or so long so it’s not a sales piece per se. On the other hand, it’s a good answer to anyone who asks me the question: “How long have you been involved in Internet marketing? And what the heck do you know?”
The video is hosted courtesy of Google Video.
Cost to me: nada.
We just uploaded the footage (easier said than done actually because of its length) and they provided us with the code to put the player on the blog. Slick, huh? You can do it too.
Sometimes I have to pinch myself to make sure I’m not dreaming.
Note: Unless you have the Google video player, the quality is not great. Because this is historical footage, I kind of like the fact it looks a bit rough.
Keep in mind as you’re watching, this is from 1994.
– Ken McCarthy
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