Web Analytics X Change Conference

I haven't posted about the X Change Conference yet...so here's the deal: X change conference takes place on September 20-21st at Copia in Napa, California and is highly focused on web analytics. Pretty much the Who is Who of the industry is showing up. I am sure it will be a great conference and I'd love to go, but $1200 for 2 days is too much for me, especially that I was planning to attend Emetrics and WMW within the next 12 weeks.

  • Eric Peterson of Web Analytics DeMystified on Web Analytics Process
  • Duff Anderson of iPerceptions on Attitudinal Research and Web Analytics
  • Gary Angel of Semphonic on Functionalism and SEM Analytics
  • Matt Belkin of Omniture on Advanced Omniture Tools and Visitor Segmentation
  • Paul Bruemmer of Red Door on Advanced Search Engine Measurement and SEO for Dynamic Web Sites
  • Joseph Carrabis of NextStage Evolution on Understanding Online Customers
  • Terry Cohen and Matt Jacobs from Digitas on Measuring Engagement and Customer/Web Behavioral Integration
  • Aaron Gray of WebTrends on Advanced WebTrends Tools and Techniques for Using Web Behavioral Data
  • Manoj Jasra of Enquiro on Measuring Social Networks
  • Phil Kemelor of CMS Watch and Semphonic on Executive KPIs
  • Paul Legutko of Semphonic on analyzing Site Engagement by Site Tools and Areas
  • John Quarto-vonTivadar of FutureNow on Persuasion Architecture
  • Olivier Silvestre of Visual Sciences on Advance VS Tools and Integrated Analysis
  • Marshall Sponder of IBM and WebMetricsGuru on Measuring 2nd Life
  • Jaques Warren of WAO Marketing on Determining KPIs and Cost/Revenue Analysis for Campaigns