12 February 2011 ❧ Jonathan Kahn
At CS Forum 11, early birds have benefits. Prizes, as one example, and lots of them. Leading publishers have generously offered a number of books and webinars to give away, and lucky early bird registrants will win them all.
If you register for CS Forum 11 during the early bird period, you’re automatically entered into a draw to potentially win one of 52 prizes ranging in value up to US$400. That means 52 prize winners!
Just look at the prizes we’re giving away, thanks to some very generous publishers:
- 1 complete set of Rosenfeld Media titles published by September (print plus e-versions). Up to 13 titles with a combined package value nearing US$400.
- 1 complete set of Rosenfeld Media titles published by September (e-book versions only). Up to 13 titles with a value nearing US$200.
- 9 complete sets (print + ebook versions) of A Book Apart titles published by September, including Erin Kissane’s soon to be released book, The Elements of Content Strategy, and a fifth title by Aarron Walter on Designing for Emotion. An estimated value of US$115 each set.
- 1 Rosenfeld Media webinar by Kristina Halvorson: Content Strategy for Websites. A value of US$69.
- 1 Rosenfeld Media webinar by Ginny Redish: Shifting Your Focus: Content as Conversation. A value of US$69.
- 5 each of Rosenfeld Media’s upcoming title, Search Analytics, by Louis Rosenfeld.
- 5 each of New Riders’ recently released book, Clout: The Art and Science of Influential Web Content, by Colleen Jones.
- 5 each of A&C Black’s title, The Stranger’s Long Neck by Gerry McGovern.
- 5 each of Alambic’s recently released title in French, Stratégie de contenu web by Muriel Vandermeulen.
- 5 each of New Riders’ title, Content Strategy for the Web, by Kristina Halvorson
- 5 each of Five Simple Steps’ title, Creating Web Content, by Relly Annett-Baker. Note: winners of this title may receive their copies after the conference; dependent on the publish date of book. You’ll be one of the first people to have a copy!
- 3 each of Morgan-Kaufmann’s title, Letting Go of the Words, by Ginny Redish.
- 3 each of Morgan-Kaufmann’s title, Forms that Work: Designing Web Forms for Usability, by Caroline Jarrett and Gerry Gaffney.
- 3 each of Morgan-Kaufmann’s title, Return on Engagement: Content, Strategy, and Design Techniques for Digital Marketing, by Tim Frick.
Here’s how prize drawings work: early bird registrations will be selected at random (apart from the French title which will be offered exclusively to French speakers). You can only win one prize.
We’ll announce winners periodically in the months up to the conference, and prizes will be distributed during the event. Print books will be given in person. Ebooks and webinars will be collected online directly from the publishers; access codes will be available after the conference.