We want to hear from you, #emailgeeks! Here’s your ultimate how-to for crafting a speaker proposal for #LitmusLive. We hope to see you in 2019!
The 2018 edition of Litmus Live—our annual conference devoted to all things email—is getting closer. We’re working hard on making it the best year yet: full of informational speakers and sessions that help you improve your email campaigns and make your subscribers happy. That’s why we’re calling on you, the email lovers of the world, to submit your proposal for speaking at Litmus Live 2018.
Here are a few topics to inspire you for your own speaking proposal.
TEDC brings together a huge community of people who live, breathe, and love email. Sharing your experience will help us all learn to make email better. If you’re passionate about email, have hands-on experience, or can present a unique perspective, we invite you to submit a speaking proposal.
We’re coming to Boston and London this year—and we want to hear your ideas! We want to hear about your frustrations and flops, your progress and process. The Email Design Conference celebrates the day-to-day triumphs (and challenges) of email. We’re proud to bring together the largest group of people who write, design, build, and—let’s be honest—deal with email on a daily basis. Your stories are what makes the conference experience so valuable for everyone—so let us hear them! The call for speakers will close on Friday, May 15th.
Last fall, we hosted the world’s first conferences dedicated solely to email design—and we’re looking forward to making this year’s Litmus Live bigger and better! We’re looking for passionate practitioners of email design to submit proposals for a 45-60 minute presentation individually, with a partner, or as a panel.
We love email so much that we’re throwing not one, not two, but three conferences all about it! While we have curated our pick of speakers and topics, we’d love to hear from you, too! We’re still closing in on the details, but here’s what we know so far… The three conferences will take place in […]