Learn to Boost Marketing ROI at Email Summit 2015
Marketing professionals from around the world come to Email Summit to learn how they can increase ROI for their email marketing campaigns. They come to learn what is and isn't working in email marketing from their peers at organizations like Dell, Whirlpool and 3M (all speakers from Email Summit 2014). Topics include, but are not limited to:
Unlike many marketing conference case studies, these stories don't end with a sales pitch. Our Content Team reviews every speaker submission with a keen eye and strict criteria, seeking out only applications with transferable principles any marketer could apply to his/her own email program. Secondly, "tips and tricks" aren't enough; we need actual test data with significant results.
Email Summit 2015 will be a great opportunity for you to meet other marketing professionals who are interested in learning how to improve their email marketing strategy. There will be many breaks, collaborative sessions and at least two cocktail parties for guests to meet one another.
We offer all attendees an opportunity to sit down, one-on-one, with an email marketing coach for a personal half-hour Q&A session. This provides a great opportunity for you to get clarity on your email strategy. Bring your computer with links to current emails and landing pages for instant feedback, suggestions and testing ideas.
Aside from on-stage presentations and coaching clinics, attendees find great value in attending our roundtable discussion sessions. Roundtable discussions consist of nine attendees and one discussion moderator. Each table discusses one topic and attendees interested in that particular topic will join that table. Topics range from email deliverability to social media integration to list building practices.
For the second year in a row, MarketingSherpa Email Summit will be held at the Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas, a stunning AAA Five Diamond Resort and centerpiece of CityCenter Las Vegas. It has been referred to by Popular Mechanics as possibly “the most technologically advanced hotel ever built.”