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8 Reasons Why You Should Attend Analytics That Excite 2014

Analytics That Excite

We are extremely excited that InfoTrust will be hosting Analytics That Excite 2014, the first web analytics conference to be held in Cincinnati.

What is Analytics That Excite, you ask? This is an event that will help you learn about and expand upon your analytical knowledge, reinvent your digital existence, and leverage data that results in actionable business decisions. Pretty cool stuff, huh?

But wait, you’re still not convinced? Or maybe you need to convince your boss to let you go? No problem! We came up with a list of eight reasons why you should be in Cincinnati on October 15th.

Reasons to Attend Analytics That Excite

  1. Avinash Kaushik

Avinash is a Google Analytics Evangelist; the Godfather of Analytics, if you will. Famous for his insights and his popular blog, Occam’s Razor, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to listen to one of the most influential analytical experts in the industry.

Also, as of today’s post, Avinash won’t be speaking anywhere else in the US this year, so you won’t want to miss this opportunity.

  1. Google, Red Roof Inn, The New York Times and Prudential Financial will be speaking as well as many other speakers from varying backgrounds and industries

These top name companies from multiple industries will be discussing their analytics processes and tips for how you can successfully implement an analytics architecture within your company. There will be client-side enterprises, medium-sized product vendors, agencies, and thought leaders presenting the different aspects/perspectives of digital analytics.

  1. Data is exciting!

Data can be actionable to power improvement and growth in your company! It can drive engagement in real time while uncovering opportunities to build customer loyalty, helping you get in the mind of your consumer. It can also be scaled to everyone in your organization, strengthening every aspect of your business.

  1. We’ll help you convince your boss!

I know you’re probably sitting at your desk thinking, “Yeah, that would be great, but how in the world can I convince my boss to pay for me to go to this AWESOME conference and miss a whole day of work?”

Well, my friend, we have you covered. We already wrote a note to your boss…just download it here, fill in the blanks and you’re all set!

  1. Networking

Put your networking game face on! You get the chance to meet and interact with CMOs, analytics experts, and marketing connoisseurs from some of the largest companies in the world.

  1. Free Happy Hour after the event!

After the event, enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres plus two drink tickets while networking with other attendees to wrap up an awesome day of learning.

  1. Add value to your organization, gain insights that make a difference and impress everyone in your office 

After attending Analytics That Excite, you will learn how to get the data you need to make the decisions you want. You will be provided with the knowledge, resources and confidence you need to architect, deploy and act on your marketing data using Web analytics..giving you brownie points with your coworkers, manager or boss! This event will provide value to everyone:

  • VPs and Directors of Marketing: Supercharge your marketing efforts and spend less by becoming more data-driven.
  • Analytics Practitioners: Learn best practices for setting up analytics models related to attribution, real-time data collection/action and see what’s next for the digital analytics industry.
  • Students: Still in school? Not a problem! Come and join the party! Network and learn about this hot new industry. 
  1. You get 10% off your ticket by using the discount code: ANALYTICS_10


Need I say more? We hope to see you all on October 15th!

 

Register TODAY to reserve your seat at the analytics event of the year, Analytics That Excite!




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