The 6th Annual Content Marketing Conference is quickly approaching and it will be better than ever before! Seating is limited, so be sure you grab your tickets now to secure your spot. The venue is the largest one on the Eastern coast – Boston Westin Waterfront Hotel!
Both personal and professional content marketers will learn the latest and greatest industry information from the masters themselves. The industry’s leading professionals will be hosting experiential events that everyone will enjoy. Here’s a look at some of the interactive tracks at this year’s Content Marketing Conference.
Eight workshops are scheduled at CMC 2020. Each one will help you walk out with new and improved content. From video to written word, there is a workshop for everyone to attend:
- Hands On Creativity: create the best video marketing from your smartphone
- Writing Without Bullshit: say more with fewer words
- Facebook Marketing Masterclass: hit the right people at the right time
- Building Trust by Bringing Vulnerability Online: create, build, and maintain customer loyalty
- Conversion Rate Optimization Masterclass: drive more leads and sales
- LinkedIn Masterclass: create viral posts and videos
- Core Digital & Content Marketing Methods for the Customer Journey: define the ROI benefits of your customer journey
- Video Marketing Makeover: rework case studies
Each workshop will help you learn new skills and put your current content strategy to the test. You will have a chance to interact with industry leaders and create the best content strategy possible.
Who doesn’t love a good laugh? We are excited to bring comedy back CMC 2020! We launched this experiential event a few years ago, and we are so glad that we did!
Boring, lackluster content isn’t what consumers want to read. In fact, they want to be engaged and entertained from beginning to end. The most successful content marketing strategies will be forward thinking and seek to engage consumers in a new way. You don’t want to play catch up after a competitor has been successful in a new strategy.
Our comedy keynotes are a funny way to rid the world of boring content. The scheduled comedians will keep you laughing as they explain how humor earns trust, builds brand loyalty and helps them reach new readers, viewers and fans!
Content Strategy Tool Talks
It seems like martech tool box is always expanding. Our Tool Talks are the first of its kind. We have invited industry professionals to explain how the latest tools and technology impact content strategy.
Attendees will be immersed in four hours of intense training with plenty of live demos. Seeing is believing, and our scheduled professionals will prove the power of the industry’s best martech tools.
These tools can be used to create content strategies that work and easily track performance. You will be able to prove ROI and save time each month of your content strategy.
Writers Access & CMC 2020
When it comes to content marketing, it’s important to stay up-to-date on the latest changes and trends. Writers Access facilitates CMC every year because we believe in educating business owners and assisting them with the content marketing.
Business is no longer done solely in person in your local area. It’s possible your business will quickly have regional, national, and even international competition. A strong Internet presence is crucial for accessing leads and nurturing them into sales.
The goal of our 6th Annual Content Marketing Conference is to help you make better decisions for your business in regards to content strategy. We connect business owners with the industry’s leading content writers and provide you with the latest information in content marketing.
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Since Emily T. has been able to hold a pencil, she has been a writer. She turned her passion for newspaper writing in grade school to teaching writer workshops in high school. She even self-published her own novella when she was only 17 years old. Upon graduating from the University of South Florida with two bachelor degrees (BS in marketing & BA in mass communications), Emily accepted a position at a digital marketing agency. She combined her writing abilities with her SEO knowledge to produce content in various industries. After a few years at the agency, Emily has decided freelance fulltime.