Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 23, 2012
The 2013 Traffic and Conversion Summit
is quickly approaching, and the host company Digital Marketer wants to make sure participants are able to get registered in time before it sells out.
Spots at both the Summit and surrounding hotels are running out, and Digital Marketer is encouraging people to sign up before the end of the year to guarantee them a position at the largest marketing event of the year.
Touted by Digital Marketer as their biggest and highest-attended live event, the Traffic and Conversion Summit will be the weekend of January 18-20, 2013, in San Francisco, California. This year’s event will feature a special keynote speech from William Shatner, as well as three days full of marketing content.
Digital Marketer’s team of organizers are standing by and ready to fulfill registration needs through the holidays. Ryan Deiss, founder and creator of the Traffic and Conversion Summit, is especially excited for this year’s event, and has been busy designing an event where thousands of founders, business owners and marketing professionals can come together to learn, share ideas and develop a master digital marketing plan
for an entire business in a single three-day period.
Digital Marketer releases informational and educational materials to help businesses and entrepreneurs gain insight and information on the trends, data, and strategies that can take them to the top of their industry. Through their RAW Training courses, strategic plans, blogs, newsletters, site reviews, and Special Reports, Digital Marketer supercharges every single marketing campaign it touches. For more information, visit DigitalMarketer.com.
Immediate value of investment is clear when people attend the Traffic and Conversion Summit, as the numerous video testimonials
on Digital Marketer’s YouTube page will attest.
Digital Marketer is advising any interested participants to learn as much as they can about the 2013 Traffic and Conversion Summit, and to do it fast. Seats are filling and the event will be capped soon. To find out more, visit the Traffic and Conversion Summit informational website.