HostingCon asks our valued attendees for feedback on how we can improve the conference every year. In 2011, we’re listening by letting YOU have a role in determining in the most important part of the conference…..
From February 10th until March 15th, registered attendees of HostingCon 2011 have the opportunity to vote on sessions to be included in the HostingCon 2011 educational program!
The number of session proposals received in 2011 increased by 34% over 2010, and HostingCon wants YOU to tell us what sessions we should include as part of the program in San Diego this August.
Voting for sessions is easy. Here’s how it works:
- Register for HostingCon 2011 (in addition, you’ll save up to $ 160 by registering today!)
- Head to the session voting page on the HostingCon site
- Vote on the sessions YOU want included in the program! You are allotted one vote for every session and there is no limit to the number of sessions you can vote for.
Your votes account for about 30% of the decision making process for each session. The HostingCon Advisory Board (40%), along with the HostingCon staff (30%), determines the remaining input for each session in the 2011 educational program.
See a session you want to attend? Vote for it! See a session that sounds like a pitch or hard sell? Leave it be and we’ll get the message. Either way, your feedback is valued and will help shape the HostingCon 2011 educational program!
Already registered? Log in now to vote on sessions.
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