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DirectCPV at LeadsCon Las Vegas 2010

written by on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 at 10:11 am

LeadsCon Las Vegas 2010, held from February 23-24 at the Mirage Hotel & Casino, was a huge success! This interactive conference is a must-attend for anyone involved in the online lead generation industry. For the entire two days, DirectCPV was surrounded by over 2,000 of the top lead buyers, lead sellers, affiliates, technology solution providers and investment professionals from around the world.

The DirectCPV booth was hugely popular, and the amount of positive feedback blew us all away! Thousands of attendees took the time to find out about our cost per view (CPV) and pay per view (PPV) contextual advertising. Many didn’t believe the cost at only $0.01 for targeted campaigns and $0.004 for run of network coverage!

Keynote speaker Dan Ariely, a behavioural economist and author of the bestselling book “Predictably Irrational”. His speech focused on behavioural economics and how to understand consumer decision-making to better shape online offers. Key points were raised on how advertisers can increase sales, leads and brand awareness simply by rewording or restructuring an offer. Incredibly enlightening!

Sadly, all good things come to an end. But, before the conference could be officially over, we had to check out the LeadsCon after party.  People from all over met on the dance floor at the XS nightclub in the Encore Hotel & Casino.

Check out some of our photos from LeadsCon 2010!

You can also watch all our videos from LeadsCon in the video gallery.

We hope you enjoyed LeadsCon Las Vegas 2010 and we look forward to seeing you at the next DirectCPV event!

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