Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
The online marketing event that people have been waiting for is finally happening, said a new DigitalMarketer.com article. The 2013 Traffic and Conversion Summit hits San Francisco on January 18-20, 2013, and the article said it’s unlike any other event anyone has attended or heard about, and shouldn’t be missed.
Thousands of business owners, startup founders, bloggers, online marketers and entrepreneurs will gather during the weekend for a jam-packed three days of expert insight. They’ll get complete access to Ryan Deiss, founder of Digital Marketer, as well as his entire team of marketing professionals and web dynamos who’ve made a living on the cutting edge of the industry.
“How exactly is the Traffic and Conversion Summit different from other marketing events?” asked the article. Technically speaking, it’s called a Summit because of the amount of content that will be shared. It isn’t an event full of pitches or products; Digital Marketer is devoted to offering up nothing but applicable strategies and ideas that can quickly and directly affect any business’s bottom line, said the article.
The event will feature digital marketing advice from the cream of the crop, and hold a true interactive format. Any attendee can share their questions, opinions, and ideas without fear of being looked at sideways, said the article; Digital Marketer wants to hear what attendees have to say and wants to help with any problems, issues, or queries.
There will be no journalists or researchers giving numbers-based data, full of nothing but talk about what’s happened in the past. The article said the event will be ran by actual marketers, doing actual marketing and sharing the best methods for generating sales, traffic, and conversions online. Digital Marketer promises that there will be no outdated information, only new ideas that are working now and will continue to work into the future.
This live marketing event is also not a basics workshop, where beginner marketers can learn the trade. It’s 100% intermediate to advanced content and information, said the article; prerequisite information as well as a reading list will be provided for participants so they can get up to speed before attending.
Above all else, the Traffic and Conversion Summit is not one of those motivational, head-fixing experiences designed to make people feel good despite being broke. The article said it’s about sharing ideas that will make changes to a marketing plan become obvious, and people will see the actual reasons why they should implement them. It’s for folks who want to take their businesses (and incomes) to the next level, said the article.
The folks at Digital Marketer know soaking up this type of information is super valuable to any business. There’s no doubt how beneficial a seat at the 2013 Traffic and Conversion Summit will be, said the article, and if there’s any online marketing event people attend in the coming year, this is clearly the one.