Who Wants to Make More Money Next Week?

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Who hasn’t returned from an industry conference with a series of ideas, notes scribbled on the back of a napkin, and a whole bunch of handouts, but without any idea of how to begin implementing all that you have learned?

At this year’s Annual Summit I can guarantee that this will not be a problem.   We are continuing with the format from the 2008 Annual Summit’s most popular session with a full afternoon of tips and tactics titled “50+ Things You Can Do To Make Money Next Week.”  For those unfamiliar with this session, Allan Dick, great friend of Shop.org and CMO of Vintage Tub and Bath, will moderate this session that features speakers presenting for only 7 minutes each on a minimum of three specific easy to implement tactics that can produce immediate results.

When we asked the Shop.org community for ideas we received over 80 applications from members wanting to present for only 18 available slots.  Allan and the Shop.org team spent hours going through each application, making difficult decisions, but finally coming up with what we think is the best speakers with the ideas that are the most tactical, easy to implement, and with the potential to produce instant results.   Listen to what Allan has to say about this session with his preview video.

This is not for the faint of heart: prepare to be showered with tips from SEO, paid search, email, social media, and increasing conversion from a variety of industry experts.   We will even have a handout where additional ideas from our speakers and our alternate speakers will be highlighted.

If you are in the market for actionable tips and tactics, look no further than Shop.org Annual Summit “Tactics” track in Islander Ballroom I on the afternoon of September 22nd.  If you have questions or want more information, please let me know and I can help out in any way possible.  Thanks!

Larry Joseloff

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