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2 Free Webinars and Several Conferences: Will You Join Us?

By Bryan Eisenberg
September 1st, 2009

Bryan Eisenberg presenting to a standing room only crowd at SES San JoseWant to get some great information from the comfort of your desk?

Join me on September 16th, at 12pm EDT / 9am PDT for the“Recession Marketing: From Pre-click to Post-click” webinar. I’ll be joined for this free webinar by Pay Per Click marketing expert and Founder and President of ClickEquations Craig Danuloff and David Brussin, personalization guru and Co-founder and CEO of Monetate. You’ll learn:

  • How persona marketing works, from end-to-end, even when times are tough.
  • Why there’s never been a better time to steal market share from your competitors.
  • Practical tips for using your existing analytics data to assess what segmented marketing can do for your bottom line.

On September 17th, at 2pm EDT / 11am PDT join Shane Keats from McAfee, who will reveal surprising data about how long it takes customers to convert to a sale,  Jeff Goodell from research firm Harris Interactive will share results of a May survey about how online merchants can use trust and security to bring customers in and I’ll be sharing concrete solutions for e-tailers looking to reduce purchase delay and abandonment. You can register for this free webinar at “Securing the Sale: Turn Your Site’s Browsers Into Buyers” webinar.

On the road again

September 13-15th, I will be keynoting the Capterra Conference. I will be joined by some great friends and amazing speakers. Capterra, a website that connects buyers and sellers of business software, is presenting a two-day event that will bring marketing strategists and experts to Washington, DC to show you how to get the most out of your marketing efforts. You will have access to specialized presentations tailored to help software marketers attract more prospects to their websites and convert them to leads once they get there. The conference is at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. Check out www.capterraconference.com for more information.

September 23-24, I am headed to Oslo, Norway to keynote The SEM Conference. Any suggestions on what I must see as a first time visitor with only about 6 hours for site seeing?

September 28-30, 2009 Jeffrey Eisenberg, CEO of FutureNow will be keynoting the Excellence and Innovation conference in Orlando, Fl.

October 8th, join me in New York for free at Econsultancy’s Peer Summit. This is Econsultancy’s first major event in New York. I have spoken at their shows in London and they are just fabulous. Afterwards, they’ll have an open cocktail reception.

October 12-14, I’ll be in Scotsdale, AZ for The Bolo Conference. This 2.5 day conference covers search, social, mobile, email & advertising in real life conference for smaller, independently minded agencies.

October 14-15, our Chief Thinking Officer, John Quarto-vonTivadar and others from FutureNow will be headed to the Googleplex  in Mountain View, California for the Google GAAC/WOAC annual meetings.

October 19-23, I’ll be headed back to Washington, DC for the not to miss eMetrics Marketing Optimization Summit.

We hope you can join us at any of these events.

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Comments (11)

  1. Do they have to report your frequent flyer miles in exponential notation? I’m exhausted just LOOKING at your schedule! :-)

  2. Hey Bryan. Oslo: Was there last year & grew quite fond of it. #1 reco when in a city with limited time: just find a cafe, sit & chill, watch & meet the locals. #2: The Viking Ship Museum: nice short boat ride and interesting (skip the Thor Heyerdahl museum nearby). The Vikings were very good at persuasion.

  3. If it’s warm enough, have a picnic in the Frogner Park, aka Vigeland Sculpture Park. The park is very beautiful, especially if you like sculpture. Norwegians have great picnics using these cool disposable charcoal grills that you can easily buy in a grocery, with just enough charcoal to cook a meal – great for some salmon or sausage. And don’t be concerned about the waste associated with “disposable”
    products; there are special bins for recycling the grills, conveniently placed around the park.
    http://bit.ly/yRQyy

    We also really enjoyed seeing all the Nobel Laureates at the Nobel Museum. Great historical perspective.
    http://bit.ly/1kbJjX

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  5. Thanks for the info regarding the free webinars and conferences. Would you provide a podcast for those who would not be able to attend the webinars and conferences?

  6. wa~
    that is really a wonderful schedule.
    I was so interested in the free webinars and conferences.

  7. I have yet to attend a free webinar that hasn’t been boring as heck. I would love to see this site do a webinar or a podcast, great information for us marketers.

  8. Thanks for the info regarding the free webinars and conferences.

  9. Darn, a little too late, I just found this blog. How was the event?

  10. I actually went watched the webinars and they were done very well.

  11. You will have access to specialized presentations tailored to help software marketers attract more prospects to their websites and convert them to leads once they get there.

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Bryan Eisenberg, founder of FutureNow, is a professional marketing speaker and the co-author of New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling books Call to Action and Waiting For Your Cat to Bark and Always Be Testing. You can friend him on Facebook or Twitter.

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