Similar questions have been asked at previous Mequoda Summits...the answers are valuable to all in attendance
Whether you have already registered for the Mequoda Summit East 2011, or plan on registering now before early bird pricing expires, it's time to start the conference preparation.
To do this, I wanted to highlight some questions that have been asked in the past. Bringing these questions forward helps people not only get an idea of what the Summit will be like, but also makes them feel comfortable...Mequoda Summits are open learning environments where asking questions is highly encouraged.
If you've attended in the past, you may recognize some of these questions, or remember instances when the answers were portrayed to the audience.
9 Questions from Past Mequoda Summits
#9. "How is your CMS similar to mine?" If a publisher in attendance is running a Mequoda System, which most are, you will have four things in common: content driven, Google-friendly, subscriber-centric and multi-platform.
#8. "Is this your first time attending a Mequoda Summit?" Every Summit experiences fresh faces and veterans alike. You will have the opportunity to speak with publishers attending for the first time, as well as publishers who have attended several of the first eight Mequoda Summits.
#7. "What company are you with?" Whether you are a B2B or B2C publisher, there will be many great networking opportunities for you. Some connections have led to fruitful relationships for both parties involved.
#6. "What does the future hold for publishers?" An array of publishers will share their educated guesses on the future of publishing. You can interpret the information and relay it to your business needs.
#5. "Is there going to be lunch?" Full gourmet luncheons will be served! This way, you can focus on learning and engaging on a full-stomach. The coffee and snacks are also delicious - ask previous attendees about the secret ice cream drawer!
#4. "What's a new trend I should be paying attention to?" Hear about the latest activities online publishers are using to find success in the evolving online landscape.
#3. "How can I effectively manage digital transformation?" That's a top question on many publishers minds, which is why our Keynote Presentation is Managing Digital Transformation with Bryan Welch. During this keynote you will discover the strategies Bryan is using to thrive in the digital change.
#2. "Which sessions should I attend?" We provide multiple session tracks to meet the needs of you and your staff. Whether you want management, editorial or marketing information, or a little of all three, we have the options available to you. For more assistance on planning the sessions you want to attend, contact Kim Mateus via email or by phone (401) 293-0401.
#1. "How can I start and run a successful special interest website" Since this is a loaded question that has been asked numerous times, our new session entitled Mequoda System Strategy goes through a 44-step process for starting and running a successful special interest media website. Be sure to attend!
Will you be asking these questions at the Mequoda Summit East 2011? Do you have other pressing questions to ask the best of the best in online publishing? Register now for the Mequoda Summit East 2011 and receive our lowest available price. Early bird pricing expires on July 31, so take advantage of it and reserve your place at this interactive and unprecedented event.
Discover the most comprehensive course for building skills necessary in the digital future...
When: September 13-16, 2011
Where: Waltham Woods Conference Center - Waltham, MA
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