Marketing Conferences

    • I Took A Year Off From Conferences, Here’s What Happened

      The last twelve months have been the busiest in our business’ history. We rebranded our MarTech publication, moved our offices after 7 years, and honestly rebuilt our services from the ground up. I decided to skip conferences during the year to focus on the business. In fact, I didn’t even make a trip to Florida in the entire time, where I love getting a rest and visiting my Mom.

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  • Localist: Publish, Manage and Promote Your Events Online

    … struggle to not only leverage events in an integrated capacity, but also to understand and measure how they are driving sales, brand awareness, engagement and more. Thus, events represent a sort of Wild West for marketers. Events are the go-to annual gathering for many in tech, from Salesforce’s DreamForce conference to the International Consumer…

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  • 13 Ways that Content Is Monetized Online

    …, social media updates, webinars, public speeches, podcasts, and more. Influencer marketing can be quite lucrative but keep in mind that it only lasts as long as you can influence sales – not just reach. And again, be sure to disclose those relationships. I see many influencers in my own industry that don’t tell folks they’re getting paid to pitch…

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  • How to Host a Marketing Conference That Doesn’t Tank

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist I travel a lot, either to present at conferences or to facilitate workshops. I’m even in a Facebook group for frequent business travelers (great luggage tips)! Attending so many events has led me to appreciate the ones that are well organized. The difference between hosting a memorable…

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  • How to Improve Engagement at Your Next Conference

    … $4,000 per person in incentives in 2016 Tweet This! Exhibitions within the trade show industry are predicted to grow by 2.4% in 2016 Tweet This! Technology dependence at events continues to evolve with QR codes for convenient registration and checking in, Event Mobile Apps for accessing content and networking, Video Conferencing to enable…

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  • The marketing conference guide for socially awkward people

    … By Mars Dorian, {grow} Contributing Columnist You know what’s more awkward than being a socially awkward person? Going to a conference filled with socially awkward persons. Last weekend I returned from the DNX, Europe’s only Digital Nomad Conference for online biz owners who also want to travel the world. It was a rich lesson in learning how…

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  • How to Fully Leverage Twitter for Your Next Event

    … that believes Twitter is great for events. Julius Solaris, author of Social Media for Events (a free ebook!) believes it’s fantastic as well and he’s put together this informative infographic on how to best use Twitter if you’re an event professional. Event professionals are using Twitter for seminars, award ceremonies, product launches, conventions…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social How To's- 5 readers -
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