Tim Ash has been a long-standing supporter of Affiliate Management Days. In 2012 his keynote speech kicked off our very first conference. He then also held his infamous “rapid fire” style Live Landing Page Critiques at the following three AM Days conferences (one in Fort Lauderdale, FL and two shows in San Francisco, CA).
Time flies, and I am excited to announce that in 2016 Tim will be back to keynote our eighth show in San Francisco, where he will talk about mobile marketing for advertisers and affiliate managers. Then, on the following day he will also hold his legendary conversion rate optimization session — also at AM Days 2016.
If you are not yet familiar with Tim Ash, here is his short bio:
Tim is a highly-regarded presenter and keynote speaker at SES, eMetrics, PPC Summit, Affiliate Summit, PubCon, SMX, OMS, AffCon, LeadsCon, Internet Retailer, and eComXpo. He is the founder and chairperson of Conversion Conference the first international conference series focused on improving online conversions.
Tim is a contributing columnist to several publications including ClickZ, Website Magazine, DM News, Visibility Magazine, Search Marketing Standard, Search Engine Marketing Journal, and Electronic Retailer Online Strategies magazine. He is the host of the weekly Landing Page Optimization show and podcast on WebmasterRadio.fm.
Over the past 15 years, Tim has helped a number of major US and international brands to develop successful web-based initiatives. Companies like Google, Expedia, Kodak, eHarmony, Facebook, American Express, Canon, Nestle, Symantec, Intuit, AutoDesk and many others have benefitted from Tim’s deep understanding and innovative perspective. Since 1995, he has authored more than 100 published articles. In addition, Tim is the online voice of conversion optimization as the host of the Landing Page Optimization podcast on WebmasterRadio.fm. [source]
Don’t miss him and more than 20 other speakers that will deliver top-notch content at the upcoming Affiliate Management Days conference! Register here now.