Let’s learn about market research

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I mentioned this a while back, and now the time is nigh.

Ari Zelmanow is going to teach y’all how to do market research, and he’s going to do this on a webinar I’m hosting on Wednesday, March 27 at 11am Pacific time for as many as 90 informative minutes.

If this topic is interesting to you, you can register here: zoom.us/meeting/register/2dcce03c725504864ac87b605f06faf5

Ari is legit. You know this is true because I only do webinars with guests who are legit.

And secondarily, you can check out Ari’s LinkedIn profile and see that:

  • He currently heads up research for Twitter’s data and enterprise solutions division.
  • He’s earned a doctorate in human cognition.
  • His colleagues–like Dan Ariely–are similarly legit.

The webinar with Ari is 90 minutes long because I like to have plenty of time for Q&A.

It’s done using Zoom’s meetings product because I like to feel like we’re around a big roundtable, rather than putting the audience behind a Rawlsian veil of ignorance or a Harry Potter invisibility cloak the way most webinar software does.

It’ll be recorded and made available online. I’ll email my entire list to link you to it, so no pressure to register for the event if you can’t attend. If you can attend, great, and if not, also great, you can catch the recording later.

But if you want to ask questions of Ari–who has considerable expertise on interviewing developers specifically in order to gain insight into their thinking–then you’ll need to attend the live event.

Again, it’s on Wednesday, March 27 at 11am Pacific time for as many as 90 expertise-packed minutes.

If this topic is interesting to you, register here: zoom.us/meeting/register/2dcce03c725504864ac87b605f06faf5

I’ll send out a few more reminders for this event before it happens.

-P