How to Present at AnalyticsCamp

I got a very nice note from out of state—someone from a social media analysis company who wants to present (we prefer to say "lead a session") at AnalyticsCamp. I told him the super-secret process that's required to get your session into our unconference. If you promise not to tell anyone (shh!), I'll share it with you, too.

Here's how it works:

  1. Register for AnalyticsCamp.
    It's free, but please cancel if you're not going to make it; we use the total for food planning.

  2. Add your session proposal to the list.
    Just copy the format used by the existing entries. Please don't plan the session around a demonstration of your company's product. Selling doesn't sell in this setting.

  3. Show up on March 12th.
    We'll do the BarCamp session pitch thing at the beginning, so you'll get a chance to pitch the crowd on coming to your session.
If you want to participate but don't want to lead a session, skip step 2. Yeah, it's a demanding process. :-)

AnalyticsCamp is, at heart, a local event, but we're flexible about the interpretation of local. Despite icy roads that scared off some closer folks, two participants drove nine hours from Nashville to be with us last year. If analytics (any flavor) is your thing, join us. You'll meet interesting people, and you might just learn something.

AnalyticsCamp registration is open, and 120 people have signed up so far. We'll update the details on the wiki as we get closer to the event.

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