Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 19, 2012
The 2013 Traffic and Conversion Summit, being presented by Digital Marketer and a group of qualified partners, will extend its Early Bird special offer again so people have the chance to benefit from the registration savings. Held in San Francisco January 18-20, 2013, the Traffic and Conversion Summit will feature three full days of marketing magic, shared by the experts at Digital Marketer.
Since the offer has been extended, more registrants have been able to take advantage of the low-cost admission while still ensuring they will receive the same fantastic experience.
In its fourth year, the Traffic and Conversion Summit has become the go-to conference for any marketer, blogger, online business owner, or entrepreneur who wants to gain expert knowledge and valuable skills. Digital Marketer prides themselves on their ability to stay ahead of the game, and they are eager to share the techniques and strategies that have been working for them, and they know will work for others too.
The digital marketing industry moves fast and waits for no one, which is why the Traffic and Conversion Summit is such an important event. Those who know the latest methods of leveraging the internet will be on top of their markets quickly and easily with the advice Digital Marketer shares at the Summit.
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Each new month brings incredibly advanced and sophisticated methods of going about business online, and Digital Marketer is gathering all the advice and know-how in one place.
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