When opening up Affiliate Management Days San Francisco 2014 I said: “It seems like it was only yesterday that I said ‘Welcome to the first-ever Affiliate Management Days conference!’ but time flies, and I’m excited to welcome you to our fifth show already!!”
The fifth AM Days conference has come and gone last month, but the memories remain [by the way, 500+ photos from it may be found here].
It was our busiest and most fruitful show ever, and you don’t have to take my word for it. Featuring a quick quote from each, today I’d like to highlight a few of AM Days SF 2014 recap posts from its speakers, attendees, and sponsors:
It shocks me to this day that every affiliate manager on the planet is not flocking to Affiliate Management Days first chance they get. Some of the worlds biggest brands and most brilliant minds come together to share their expertise, network in an intimate setting and grow their skill sets together from an affiliate management and growth standpoint.
…In my opinion, this was the best show yet, and if you’re an affiliate manager or marketing manager responsible for your affiliates, do not miss another show.
The food was great, the people even better, and the content was bang on… [more in Sarah Bundy’s Affiliate Management Days 2014 A Huge Success post]
Schaaf-PartnerCentric’s post reads:
Affiliate Management Days was two days of great, though-provoking sessions covering hot topics…
It was a good show that highlighted once again the importance of implementing affiliate attribution tracking to ensure affiliate managers have the ability to review sales data and use that data to adjust individual commissions whenever possible.
LinkConnector, the show’s Gold Sponsor, wrote:
This two-day conference is a true gem for Affiliate Marketers on point to accelerate their programs with specific, proven, up-to-the-minute approaches and techniques. The food was great—the people top notch. An intimate setting of 200 or less attendees, AM Days goers network with marketing and program managers for Fortune 500 companies, marketing and technology experts, and some of the founding fathers of the Affiliate Marketing industry.
The homerun quality is clear in both session material and attendees. We cannot recommend this show highly enough for those responsible for and serious about taking their Affiliate Marketing programs to the next level.
BrandVerity’s Mason Smith pinpointed that for him the show stood out for three key things: (i) its “informative content,” (ii) “a focus on education,” and (iii) “meaningful conversations.”
Finally, Acceleration Partners summarized:
The event featured a great mix of industry veterans and new players looking to learn the ins and outs of affiliate marketing.
The content and contributions of everyone at the conference were really strong. Thanks to Geno Prussakov and the rest of the team for a great event that always manages to bring the right people together. AP is already looking forward to participating again in London this May.
Stay tuned for a video montage of the event too!
And yes, as AP have mentioned, Affiliate Management Days London 2014 is just around the corner — coming up in only 3 weeks! Use code GENOSFRIEND while registering here to get your 2-day pass at £545 or 50% of full onsite price. I hope to see you in London on May 13-14, 2014.