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Digital Marketer’s Traffic and Conversion Summit One Week Away

12 Jan
2013 Traffic and Conversion Summit

Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 12, 2013

The digital marketing convention taking over San Francisco’s Marriot Marquis on January 18-20, 2013 is Digital Marketer’s Traffic and Conversion Summit, and its final schedule of events has been finished.

A series of keynote speeches and content-inclusive meetings will fill the three days, and Digital Marketer is putting the final touches on the schedule for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Highlights include a pre-party meet up kickoff on Thursday, January 17, when Digital Marketer Engage hosts the Summit’s first official event. It will be at Jillian’s Billiard’s Club, next door to the San Francisco Marriot. David Murray, from Bravo’s “Start-Ups: Silicon Valley” will be the guest, sharing his advice on product and brand growth in the modern marketing world.

Other noteworthy items on the schedule include keynotes from William Shatner, actor and pitchman extraordinaire, as well as Guy Kawasaki, one of the leading social media gurus and former Apple evangelist. Ryan Deiss, CEO and founder of Digital Marketer, will be in attendance with his business partner Perry Belcher, salesman wizard and one of the top three living copywriters.

Each day of the 2013 Traffic and Conversion Summit will also feature exclusive meetings on a variety of important topics, where Digital Marketer’s experts will discuss what they know is working now. Content-heavy presentations and talks will leave participants with all they need to develop their own winning digital marketing strategies.

Deiss and his team at Digital Marketer know that action produces results. They’ve created the most unique and worthwhile event of the company’s history. Some of the most elite and advanced marketing minds in the industry, beyond those already a part of Digital Marketer, will be in attendance. Registration for the 2013 Traffic and Conversion Summit has already surpassed the previous three in size and scale, and Digital Marketer is promising an experience like none other.

Digital Marketer releases informational and educational materials to help businesses and entrepreneurs gain insight and information on the trends, data, and strategies that can take them to the top of their industry. Through their RAW Training courses, strategic plans, blogs, newsletters, site reviews, and Special Reports, Digital Marketer supercharges every single marketing campaign it touches. For more information, visit DigitalMarketer.com.

To find the full schedule of events and keep up to date with the happenings leading up to the January 18-20 dates, check out Digital Marketer’s website, blog, and subscription email lists. Specific details on the digital marketing convention can be found at TrafficandConversionSummit.com.

Quote startContent-heavy presentations and talks will leave participants with all they need to develop their own winning digital marketing strategies.Quote end

Social Media Use in the Bathroom Survey

11 Dec
Quote startThis means that out of the 121.1 billion minutes spent on social media in just one month, a chunk of them were likely spent sat on the toilet…Quote end

Colme, Lancashire (PRWEB UK) 11 December 2012

Social media is becoming a large part of young adult’s lives, so much so that one in three people have admitted to using social media whilst using the bathroom. It seems that bathrooms are no longer precious moments of solitude and instead are being used to catch up on such ‘important’ matters as looking at photos from a busy weekend of partying.

A recent survey undertaken by Boundary Bathrooms coincides with another new study, conducted in the USA by the Nielsen company, discovered that a third (32%) of people aged 18-24 were active on social media during bathroom visits. This means that out of the 121.1 billion minutes spent on social media in just one month a chunk of them were likely spent sat on the toilet. With over 61% of UK adults now using social media the results in the UK are likely to be similar, although you might not find many people that are willing to admit it.

Boundary Bathrooms own results closely resemble those obtained in the above study; with 40% of users in the age range of 18-25 partaking in social media whilst in the bathroom.

Thomas Mulrooney, marketing assistant at top internet bathroom retailer Boundary Bathrooms, decided to comment on the study: “If I’m being honest I would definitely be part of that statistic! I suppose it’s no different than taking in a book or magazine to read while you do your business, except that I doubt your friends would want to know if you were talking to them while also being sat on the toilet. I’m not surprised by these findings at all, in fact I once knew someone who would answer calls and respond to text messages by reaching for his phone when he was in the shower. It was quite amusing when he couldn’t seem to figure out why his phone finally gave up and broke though, so I’d recommend leaving your phone alone in these situations!”

Accessing social media on our mobile phones, inside and outside of the bathroom, is part of a growing trend of phones being used for all our daily activities; particularly shopping. This is an area that Boundary Bathrooms is obviously most interested in, and with one survey suggesting that 91% of consumers use their mobile phones for at least a part of the shopping process – whether it be simply researching shower enclosures or going further and buying one – it’s an area that the company is keen to tap into.

“We’ve seen a massive increase in our customers using their mobiles to arrive at our site” explained Joanne Butterworth, marketing manager at Boundary Bathrooms. “Approximately 17% of our annual traffic now arrives through some sort of mobile device, including both mobile phones and tablets. We’ve noticed a whopping 129.99% increase in mobile visitors compared to the same annual period in 2011, so it’s definitely an area that we’re concentrating on through improving and streamlining the customers experience when they use a mobile device.”

Boundary Bathrooms is also seeing increased engagement on their own social media pages, with their following and interactions growing steadily over the last few months. To get involved with the latest news and updates from the Boundary crew, head on over to their Twitter page.

Boundary Bathrooms has been supplying bathroom products for 65 years and has become thoroughly established in the online bathroom retail sector. Through their website they supply thousands of baths, basins, showers, bathroom furniture, bathroom accessories and more. They have been owned by The Grafton Group Plc, one of the largest builder’s merchants in Europe, since 2007. Recently the company has also become part of Online Home Retail Limited, joining the same group of websites that includes bathroom giant Plumbworld Ltd.

Boundary Bathrooms explore the new craze for accessing social media in the bathroom
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