The Cure For What Ails Your Website at the Annual Summit

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There are many ways for our 2010 Shop.org Annual Summit attendees to learn about industry best practices and information to help them achieve their business goals.    We have our Online Boot Camp on Monday, inspiring keynote presentations, informative afternoon concurrent sessions, round table discussions, and numerous networking opportunities.   However, the one feature that our attendees continue to rave about is our one-on-one website critiques called The Doctor Is In.  

During each afternoon of the Shop.org Annual Summit, retailer attendees will be able to reserve 20 minute time slots with a number of industry consultants whose expertise include multi-channel strategy, end-to-end customer experience, site design, and merchandising best practices. These private one-on-one sessions allow you to network with industry experts who will critique specific aspects of your website, go over questions and ideas you may have, and provide tactical and practical solutions for what ails you.  There is no charge, but you must be registered with a full-conference retailer pass to the Annual Summit before you register for “The Doctor Is In”.

We  suggest that you sign reserve your time with a Doctor in advance as this is an extremely popular feature of the Summit.  Three doctors are already filled with appointments, but there is plenty of opportunity to still participate. Please make your advance appointment by Wednesday September 15th to make sure you have the opportunity to meet with the Doctor of your choosing.  Simply go to our Doctor Is In page, read about each Doctor’s expertise, and reserve your time.  Due to popular demand, we also ask that you limit the number of appointments to two per retailer.

Thanks and please let me know if you have any questions!

Larry Joseloff
VP, Content — Shop.org
joseloffl@shop.org

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