Think Visibility 2009
It’s Think Visibility tomorrow, so I thought I’d do a run-down of the speakers and presentations on offer. The venue this time is Alea Casino in Leeds which has restaurants, bars and even a private cinema so there’s plenty of space for networking and chilling out in between talks.
The start is a little later than last time too at 10am – probably a good move since some of the speakers and attendees are bound to be hungover.
After lunch, (which includes entertainment!) the floor is split into three rooms with three speakers on at once. That means there are nine to choose from during the afternoon so you might find yourself missing one talk to go and see another.
Up first are: Elaine Forth on creating a successful affiliate and ecommerce site; Paul Robinson on using maths and computer science to find out more about your customers, and Fiona Thomson on what eye tracking can show you about user behaviour.
Afterwards are Chris Clarkson talking about being a real life affiliate, Tim Nash talking about the relative value of links, and Tom Smith giving advice on how to make your social media site suck less.
The final three are Rob Manuel on running online community Sickipedia, myself on creating content network Ad campaigns, and Karyn Fleeting on how to make your corporate blog a magnet for new business.
It’s now around 5pm, and the very last talk of the day will be given by Artur Ortega, on how accessibility has led to innovation and new inventions that make all our lives easier.
After the talks we move onto the main event: Drink Visibility! If your partners are not going to the conference then check here for things to do in Leeds.
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