WCR editors had a great time at Ragan’s 3rd annual Web Content Management Conference. We learned lots of new content strategies, practical tips for measuring and improving Web site success and trends to look out for this year.
And all that good stuff didn’t come just from the presenters; we talked with attendees during breaks and other networking sessions and picked up several success stories and lessons learned.
Turns out, we weren’t the only ones who got some quality education.
“This was the best Ragan conference I’ve attended,” writes Larry Willis, Web developer for the Henrico County Schools. “The content covered and the presenters were right on target for me.”
Along with Willis, most conference attendees came to the conference to benchmark their efforts against their peers, generate new ideas and get the latest scoop on new tools and technologies. And when they got back to their offices, many put what they learned into practice. Here’s just a sampling of what they’ve been up to: