How to have the ultimate traffic and conversion summit 2019 experience
Related Categories
Related Courses
Free Resources

How to Have the Ultimate Traffic & Conversion Summit 2019 Experience

Traffic & Conversion Summit is the largest conversion conference in North America.

And this year will be the biggest one yet!

I know, I know. We say this every year…

But with 6,000 attendees projected for 2019, this will be the biggest Summit to date.

And that’s not all you should be looking forward to.

From February 25–27, 2019, we’ll be focusing on helping digital marketers learn cutting-edge trends and strategies by bringing together the best in the digital marketing space.

If you’re anything like us, you’re eagerly counting down the days and planning how you can get the most out of Traffic & Conversion Summit 2019.

Have you thought about what you’re going to pack? What you’re bringing to each breakout session and networking event?

We have.

So to help you have the ultimate experience at Traffic & Conversion Summit 2019, I created a handy infographic that includes…

  • What to wear
  • What to bring
  • How to avoid the registration lines
  • Where each breakout session, networking event, and after hours reception will be held
  • Some of our favorite San Diego hot spots (« and tips on getting around the city)

That way you can get the most out of your 3 days and have a great time doing it!

We know traveling can be hectic. Let this infographic help you out as you prep for #TCS2019. Use it as a guide so you can have the best time at the Summit!

We can’t wait to see you in San Diego!

Have the Ultimate Traffic & Conversion Summit 2019 Experience

(NOTE: Want to be a part of the largest marketing event in North America? Reserve your seat today to attend Traffic & Conversion Summit 2019!)


Taylor Nelson

Taylor Nelson

If you’ve ever seen a goofy picture of someone from DigitalMarketer, odds are it was the work of Taylor Nelson, DM’s Lead Designer. Taylor hails from Florida and fostered his love of design by teaching himself everything he knows. He worked as a freelance designer for DM for 3 years before deciding to leave his computer science degree at Florida State University to pursue his passion by moving to Austin, TX and joining DM full time. Now, when he is not at work, you can find him hanging out with his adorable golden retriever puppy Scout. You can connect with Taylor on LinkedIn.

Subscribe to the DM Insider Newsletter

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter that delivers the most actionable, tactical, and timely marketing tips you actually need in 7 minutes or less. Get an edge over the competition, for free.