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June 29th, 2007, 11:04 AM #1Last Chance to Register for "Affiliate Marketing 201 & Web Concepts 2.0"
There are 5 seats remaining for Brian Littleton's Session on Saturday, July 7th during Affiliate Summit, but they must be registered by 5:00pm EST TODAY (Friday, June 29th).
This session is FREE to any registered attendee of Affiliate Summit 2007. You don't want to miss this!
Affiliate Marketing 201 & Web Concepts 2.0
Session Instructor: Brian Littleton, CEO of ShareASale.com
Saturday, July 7th / 1:30pm-5:30pm / Intercontinental Hotel – Sandringham/Windsor
Affiliate Marketing 201 & Web Concepts 2.0 is targeted to any affiliate who understands the basics of performance marketing and is looking to branch out into new concepts that may have seemed intimidating or difficult to learn on their own.
During this 4-hour session, attendees will be given hands-on experience in several mildly advanced techniques used by webmasters and affiliate marketers. These include the use of Data feeds, RSS Feeds, Blogs, PHP, mySQL, Web 2.0 Concepts, and Analytics. Each topic will be discussed from an entry level point of view, with the goal of taking each attendee from “Never heard of it” to “I understand and can use it on a basic level” – so any question will be welcomed. Material will be covered in an interactive manner so it is recommended (but not necessary) that you bring a laptop to receive a better understanding of the user experience.
By the end of the session you will be able to download and use a data feed, use RSS to get your news, and write/maintain a Blog. Important: Space is limited for this session and only “Affiliates” may attend. (This session is not open to Merchants, Advertisers, Networks and/or Service Providers.)
Register now at https://www.regonline.com/affmark201
See you in Miami!
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