Alt For Everyone + Design Crush

Alt For Everyone-Design Crush

You all know how I feel about Alt Design Summit. It’s through this yearly conference that I’ve met some of my best friends, grown as a business, and networked my butt off. It’s given me a lot. But the masterminds behind it all realize that you might not be able to get to Salt Lake City every January, or to their one-day conferences in NYC or San Francisco. And that’s why they’ve created an amazing 3-day online conference – Alt For Everyone! I attended the first one a few months ago (virtually, of course) and have to say that I took away TONS of great information. Maybe even more than when I’m in SLC because I was much more focused with it being just me and my laptop.

The first iteration of Alt For Everyone did so well that another one is taking place at the end of September, and I’m happy to share that I’ll be teaching a case study on Design Crush! My class will be taking place Friday, September 27th at 10:45am PST. You can see the full September 2013 schedule and register with a few clicks.

In my class I’ll be sharing what I did to take Design Crush to the next level. The easy action steps you can take that add up, as well as the failures I’ve experienced on this six year journey. If there’s anything you’re extra curious about I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!

Hope to see you there!

  • Karen

    August 23, 2013 at 8:39 pm Reply

    I signed up for Alt for Everyone and am considering the schedule. I enjoyed your class on Alt Channel about growing your blog and wasn’t sure if your class at AFE would be the same. The way you describe it, it sounds more focused on your specific experience rather than general tips. I hear a lot about using great photos, key words, SEO, unique content, being social, etc. I guess what I’m interested in is how do you go from your friends and family following you to people you don’t know following you. And, how long can it take to pick up steam? Six months? A year? I just don’t know what to expect. What’s “normal”? Nobody seems to talk about day one, the first month, the first three months… stuff like that. Maybe that’s too “beginner” for Alt? Thanks so much for offering the class!

    • Kelly

      August 23, 2013 at 8:42 pm Reply

      thanks for the feedback, karen! i’d say 25-30% will be the same, but the majority will be about the journey Design Crush has taken to get to where it is today. what worked, what failed, when certain hallmarks occurred, etc. hope to see you in the class and so glad you’ve signed on for the conference!

  • Karen

    August 24, 2013 at 2:59 pm Reply

    Sonds great. Thanks for the clarification. See you there!

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