Previously, ThinkTank was by invitation only, and everything but your travel to the event was covered by ShareASale. This time around, they opened it up to everybody, charged a whopping $50 for the event, and you were on your own for mostly everything else.
ShareASale ThinkTank is less than 2 weeks away, and if you’re doing business with them but not going, you’re missing out.
This is a great event, traditionally held in Q4 by wisely moved to the generally slower Q2 this year. I was lucky enough to get to attend the ThinkTank 2010 event, and will not only be attending this one, but also speaking at the “Deep Dish Datafeeds” session.
I left Buffalo on Sunday, and made my way to San Francisco via Boston (huh? Yeah, not quite direct) and arrived in the early afternoon. Upon landing I found Kristin Kinsey looking for a ride, so we shared the Mercedes I had hired to the resort. The car looked tiny when it pulled up, but had lots of room on the inside.