December 2nd, 2008
UIE Virtual Seminar – Designing for Sign-up
with Joshua Porter
Date: Thursday, December 11, 2008
Time: 1:30pm ET
(Please note the special start time)
Is sign-up part of your design? How do you engage users long enough to motivate them to take that precarious step of giving you information? What methods do you use to assure them that signing up on your site will provide them true value? And is that enough?
Next week, we’ll explore the issues of sign-up and user motivation with Joshua Porter. In the December 11 UIE Virtual seminar, Designing for Sign-up, Josh will describe the steps you can use to create the motivation for them to care about your product, using techniques employed by successful sites, such as Netflix, TripIt, and BlinkSale.
You’ll want to attend this critically important seminar if your team struggles with enticing your users to take the next step in long-term engagement, whether it’s subscribing , purchasing , or joining your offering. If your organization needs to implement a strategy that overcomes the customer’s natural resistance and engages them with your products and services, you won’t want to miss this presentation.
If you’re interested in attending, you’ll want to register soon, it’s filling up fast. As an added incentive to attend, use the Promotion Code MYARCHIVE to receive free lifetime access to the recorded event. You or anyone in your organization can watch it whenever you want, as often as you want!
Register today at http://www.uie.com/events/virtual_seminars/Designing_Sign_Up_Seminar/
In advance of the presentation, we’d love to hear from you. What tips and tricks can you share to make sign-up a successful aspect of others’ sites? What challenges has your team faced and what did you do to overcome them? We’d love to hear from you.Tweet