It sounds like the just ended Ad-Tech San Francisco was a big success. Insane growth has been a hallmark of the conference for years, but making the leap from hotels to the Moscone Center – that’s big.
There are some recaps of the show up on ReveNews. Beth Kirsch, who pinch hit for me on the panel, How to Grow a Profitable Affiliate Channel: Recruit the Best Partners for Your Business, touches on issues from the panel in her post on Web 2.0 and Affiliate Marketing.
Dave Cole, a first timer to Ad-Tech, shares his experiences in his post, Ad:tech Notes: Part I. He comments on click fraud and social networking, based on some things he learned at the show.
And then Jeremy Palmer ponders the perils of growth for the conference in his post, Ad:Tech Too Big?. Jeremy asks “with such a diverse group, is it possible to go deep enough into any one subject?”, and goes on to express his preference for “a more specialized show like CJU or Affiliate Summit.”
I wish I could have made it to this one – sounds like it was the Geekapalooza of online marketers. Oh well, November isn’t too far off for Ad-Tech NYC.