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Frequently asked questions

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Do I need to be a Litmus customer to attend?

Litmus Live is not a user conference. While we love to have Litmus customers attend, we welcome all #emailgeeks! Anyone who purchases a ticket is welcome to attend.

What can will I learn at Litmus Live?

Free from product pitches and meaningless hype, we’re all about content: teaching designers, marketers, and strategists how to produce emails that look great, perform well, and engage audiences. With sessions covering innovative email development techniques, responsive design, content creation, testing strategy, production processes, and more, you’ll take away tips and techniques that have immediate impact.

How much does it cost to attend?

While we haven’t finalized the ticket prices for 2018 just yet, you can expect early bird tickets to start around $995 for a ‘sessions only’ ticket and an additional $695 for each (optional) ‘workshop’ you want to attend. If you miss out on early bird tickets, full price ‘sessions only’ tickets are typically around $1,300 and an additional $695 per (optional) ‘workshop’ you want to add.

Travel and hotel are additional costs. You can expect to see a discounted group rate in the conference room block of around $250-$300 per night. Other ways to save on travel are to double up with team members or find less expensive accommodations, like a nearby Airbnb!

Are group discounts available?

Yes, while our 2018 discount policy has not been finalized, we typically offer a 10% discount for groups of 3 or more.

What is included in the ticket price?

A regular session pass includes access to sessions; meals, snacks, and plenty of caffeinated beverages each day; plus admission to evening events.

Workshop passes also include lunch and the workshop(s) you selected.

Are the conference sessions recorded?

All conference sessions are recorded, and attendees will receive slides and videos post-event.

How do I become a speaker at Litmus Live?

Speakers are selected through a formal submission process. We plan to open the call for speakers in early 2018. Want to start working on your proposal for 2018? Check out this blog post for some tips and tricks on crafting a great submission!

Do you have sponsors at Litmus Live? What is patronage?

While we don't offer traditional sponsorships with booths and lead scanners, we do offer what we call the “patron program”. The patron program is bit different than a usual sponsorship.

Check out the Patronage page for more information.