Fresh off the massively successful Digital Marketing World virtual conference (14,000+ registrants), the folks at MarketingProfs have extended a fantastic special offer for their forthcoming B2B Forum – June 8/9 in Boston.
Save $200 on conference registration by clicking this link.
A couple of notes on this conference:
- It’s a fantastic lineup, with killer content, and tons of networking opportunities.
- Like all MarketingProfs live events, the B2B Forum will have restricted attendance. It’s a personal, relevant approach to events. Not a huge cattle call in a giant convention center, but a small group of serious professionals looking to learn from each other.
- I’m leading the Social Media Hot Seat Lab. Live critique and recommendations of companies’ social media programs, delivered in real-time. If you’d like to throw your program in the ring for possible analysis, email firstname.lastname@example.org
- My friend Mack Collier is doing Blogging One-on-One Therapy at the conference. You sign up for a slot and Mack gives you personal advice about your blog. That alone is worth the price of admission if you’re serious about your corporate blog.
- Other speakers I consider a must-see include call-to-action goddess Amy Africa, MarketingProfs’ content chief (and my editor on the mpdailyfix.com blog) Ann Handley, ex-Forrester social media deep thinker Peter Kim, PR/social media measurement icon KD Paine, Ingersoll Rand new media expert Donna Tocci, and social media strategy guru Greg Verdino. Keynote is Barry Schwartz (author of the outrageously good book The Paradox of Choice). Barry crushed it in his speech at TED last year. Looking forward to meeting him.
- The link for the $200 off special deal is an affiliate link. Meaning, if you sign up not only do you save $200, but I make a few dollars as well. I will be donating all proceeds from this effort to a non-profit to be voted upon by readers of Convince & Convert. So, you can save $200 AND help out some other folks.
I believe MarketingProfs events offer the best value in the business because the content is consistently outstanding, the events are kept small, and they are well-planned (snafu free). In the interest of full disclosure, however, MarketingProfs is also a client.
See you there!
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