In five days I’m flying off to Las Vegas for my already-customary speaking gig at Affiliate Summit West. I am very much looking forward to this, and, as always, honored to have a new opportunity to present at this vibrant conference. This one is going to be the largest Affiliate Summit to date — with nearly 5,100 attendees present. My schedule is already pretty packed, but if you’d like to meet, do drop me a line as I still have a number of 15-20 min slots available throughout January 8, 9, and 10.
Sneak Peak Into My Presentation
As you may have already seen elsewhere (both in my blog, and on Affiliate Summit’s website), the topic I’m going to tackle is Advanced Affiliate Program Management & Analysis. In my presentation I will address a number of affiliate program optimization and policing questions. The specifics of the ones that I’ll tackle are that they are the issues that program managers (and merchants) don’t bump into until they’ve run their affiliate program for a few months
or sometimes even longer. At the end of the presentation we’ll arrive at 5 profound action points for the audience to implement. As always, it’s gonna be a lively and examples-rich session, where everyone will learn something new.
So, I do hope to see you at 11:30 am PST on Monday (Jan 9) in Caesars Palace Las Vegas.
Free Books At Three Locations
As you may remember, half a year ago, I was giving away 5 copies of my Affiliate Management Hour book at the Affiliate Summit in New York City. The only place where you could get these was my session at the conference. This year/time two things will change: (i) I will have even more books, and (ii) they will be available in 3 locations. These will be:
- My above-described session (Jan 9, 11:30am-12:30pm ◊ Emperors II)
- During my “office hour” at the Advice Booth (Jan 9, 1:00-2:00pm ◊ Booth #107)
- At Go Mobile or Go Home! session (Jan 10, 2:00-3:00pm ◊ Emperors I)
All of the above locations are at Caesars Palace hotel.
See many of you soon, and, again, should you wish to meet in person, either come to my session, or drop by the “advice booth”, or email me to see if we can sync something up.