It seems like it has been only yesterday that I broke the news of the first-ever affiliate management conference being planned… We’ve gone a long way since that first announcement. The agenda is packed with great educational sessions from 28 speakers, including such affiliate marketing legends as Todd Crawford, Kim Rowley, Sam Harrelson, Karen Garcia, Rebecca Madigan, and Jason Spievak, as well as such digital marketing celebrities as Tim Ash (of SiteTuners), Linda Bustos (of Elastic Path), Joanna Lord (of SEOmoz), and Chris Goward (of WiderFunnel). And the conference is coming up in just 4 weeks! So, if you’re contemplating attending, you want to register soon.
How To Save on Your Pass:
As the registration page indicates, the rate goes up $200 just 3 weeks from now. Remember two steps: (i) register before March 2, and (ii) use my speaker coupon code AMDAYSPEAK which will get you 10% off your registration. This way you’ll save $350 on your pass (as compared to the on-site price).
Latest Press Coverage:
In case you haven’t seen/read these yet, I’ve recently interviewed two of our San Francisco keynotes: Harvard Unversity’s Ben Edelman (see the full interview on Econsultancy.com) and SiteTuners’ Tim Ash (read the interview on SearchEnginePeople.com). In addition to these, I myself have been interviewed about the conference quite a few times in the course of the past two months (see links to all those interviews here), and I will speak about the conference on this afternoon’s Affiliate Buzz on Webmaster Radio.
Book for Every Attendee:
Last, but not least, we’ve worked out a deal with Wiley, whereby we’ll be able to give every AM Days SF 2012 attendee a copy of my bestselling Affiliate Program Management: An Hour a Day, which I will happily autograph (for everyone who wishes me to) in person.
It’s gonna be an exciting conference!! We’ll learn from the experience (and case studies) of Google, eBay, BestBuy.com, JCPenney, SEOmoz, and many others. Brands like Amazon, Kohl’s, Zappos and InterContinental have already registered to attend… Have you? If not, but interested, make sure you register by March 2 (see above why).
I’m really pumped up, and looking forward to seeing you there!