St. George, UT (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
Jason Wells the CEO of ContactPoint, creators of LogMyCalls, and Google Analytics manager Adam Singer will team up to lead a discussion on mobile marketing and the customer journey at SES San Francisco.
This session will be the first ever SES Talkback session at an SES Conference. This new format will not include slides or be a presentation; rather, the speakers will engage in a discussion about mobile issues. And the discussion will be guided in real-time by audience participation.
This is an entirely new format for the SES conference and expo.
The presentation is Wednesday, August 15 at 10:30 AM, the second day of SES San Francisco.
“The SES team is really excited about this new open forum addition to the SES San Francisco agenda,” Senior Conference Manager, Laura Roth said. “More attendees are expressing a wish for extended opportunities to talk with the experts. SES Talkback provides the perfect environment for attendees to do just that! We can’t wait to unveil this entirely new format at SES San Francisco.”
“I’m thrilled to join Adam Singer of Google Analytics for this discussion on the mobile customer journey,” ContactPoint CEO Jason Wells said. “During the release of LogMyCalls we’ve gathered a lot of data about what mobile marketing campaigns work and how mobile customers are interacting. This discussion will get specific about how mobile marketers can better interact with mobile consumers.”
About ContactPoint and LogMyCalls
ContactPoint turns dialogue into data and data into dollars. Their new product, LogMyCalls is the next generation of intelligent call tracking and mobile marketing automation. This award-winning application allows businesses to track phone calls generated via SEM, SEO, PPC and other online traffic channels. It allows marketers to manage spend more effectively, and to optimize phone close rates. For more information visit LogMyCalls.com or call 866-811-8880.