The conference that gives you the know-how to manage your website post-launch

Sioux Falls, South Dakota — Washington Pavilion
April 23 — 24, 2014

About the conference

We’re back, and this year we’re bigger. Welcome to Now What? Conference 2014.

We all know the truth about websites: they don’t like to cooperate just because they’ve launched. They are living, breathing organisms, constantly changing and in need of updates and editorial guidance.

We’ll pack two days full of smart talks and workshops from smart people. Workshops will focus on real-world tasks and governance methods, while the talks will give you the tools – and the inspiration – to fuel change and progress within your organization.

Why attend?

Top notch speakers

With two days of events and information, we know we need to bring the best in the business. So we started by booking two of content strategy’s smartest people as our keynotes:

Kristina Halvorson

Kristina Halvorson | @Halvorson

Karen McGrane

Karen McGrane | @karenmcgrane

But that’s not all – from planning to analytics to content management systems, we’ve got someone that will fit the bill.

See the whole list of speakers.

Introducing: Now What? Workshops

You asked, and we listened. You were wowed by last year’s speakers, but you wanted something a little more hands-on. Which is why we’ve expanded the conference to provide two half-day workshops on web writing, governance and analytics. Choose one. Choose both! (Just don’t wait – in order to create a dynamic experience, we must limit our workshops to 40 people each.)

Learn More about Workshops and the Full Conference Schedule

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A big thanks!

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