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A preview of the speakers & sessions for the STARTonomics.com conference, to be held in San Francisco on Oct 2nd, 2008.

A preview of the speakers & sessions for the STARTonomics.com conference, to be held in San Francisco on Oct 2nd, 2008.

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    •  
      • Welcome to STARTonomics + Startup Metrics for Pirates
      • (AARRR!)
      • Dave McClure , 500 Hats
      • http://500hats.com
      • http://500hats.typepad.com
      • Product Development 101:
      • Designing & Optimizing
      • the DNA of a Killer App
      • Dan Olsen, YourVersion
      • http://YourVersion.com
      • Scalability for Startups:
      • How to GROW Up
      • Without BLOWing Up
      • Frank Mashraqi
      • http://Mashraqi.com
      • Putting the Fun in Functional:
      • New Trends in Game Design
      • for Web 2.0 Startups
      • Amy Jo Kim, ShuffleBrain
      • http://ShuffleBrain.com
      • Marrying Design & Development:
      • A Match Made in Heaven, not Hell
      • Erika Hall, Mule Design
      • http://MuleDesign.com
      • Jeff Veen, SmallBatch
      • http://Veen.com/jeff
      • SIT! STAY! CLICK!
      • How to Create a Website that Makes Users Beg for More
      • Ted Rheingold, Dogster
      • http://Dogster.com
      • Creating & Implementing a Web 2.0 Marketing Plan
      • Sean Ellis, Startup Marketing
      • http://Startup-Marketing.com
      • Searching for Users:
      • SEO as an Engine for
      • Customer Acquisition
      • Stephen Spencer, Netconcepts
      • http://Netconcepts.com
      • Social Media &
      • Word-of-Mouth Marketing
      • for Startups
      • Muhammed Saleem, ACS
      • http://ACSseo.com
      • Arch Viral:
      • Creating Social Apps
      • for Social Platforms
      • Lance Tokuda, RockYou
      • http://RockYou.com
      • Revenue:
      • The Internet Wants to Be Free,
      • but YOU Need to Get PAID.
      • Andrew Chen, Futuristic Play
      • http://AndrewChenBlog.com
      • Customer Service is the
      • New Marketing
      • Thor Muller, Get Satisfaction
      • http://GetSatisfaction.com
      • Funding Wisdom:
      • What I Wish I Knew Then
      • Moderator:
      • Saar Gur, Charles River Ventures
      • http://crv.com
      • Speakers:
      • Garrett Camp, StumbleUpon
      • http://Stumbleupon.com
      • Manish Chandra, Kaboodle
      • http://Kaboodle.com
      • Peter Pham, BillShrink
      • http://BillShrink.com
    •