[Inpycon] [X-post] : PyCon India artwork

Kenneth Gonsalves lawgon at au-kbc.org
Fri Jun 25 08:57:19 CEST 2010

On Friday 25 June 2010 11:47:36 Noufal Ibrahim wrote:
> I've set up Google analytics for the site I think the site
> advertisement needs work.

if we want people to revisit our site, we need to have things happening on it 
- if nothing changes, there is no point in visiting it again. CFP is there - 
but no news on the talks submitted. Not even a tweet. Over a period of years 
we have found that community conferences in India follow a different flow from 
those in the US. There registration of delegates takes place after talk 
registration - here we have found that the best way is to open delegate 
registration at the first stage itself and widely publicise the list of people 
who say they are going to attend - this itself makes people revisit the site 
to see who is coming. As for early bird registration, it makes sense in the US 
where there is a substantial saving in early bird - and no sense here where 
the saving is a token one. So open the the delegate registration, publicise 
the talks submitted and permit discussion of the same on site - buzz will be 
generated. And make the landing page either the list of delegates or the 
submitted talks.
Kenneth Gonsalves
Senior Associate

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