Find out why content marketing is no longer what it once was... and where it's going next.
About this Event
Content Marketing as we know it is dead. This is the future.
It doesn't need to be Halloween for us to declare Content is Dead. The spooky truth is, it just is.
Smart marketers know that pumping out blogs won't cut it anymore. Conversion, optimization, audio/video, privacy, and personalization are all trends transforming marketing today.
How marketers adapt and move with new technology, trends, perspectives, and insights is more important to a business' success than ever before. The rest will be left for dead... Muhahahaha....
Not Just Another Marketing Conference: Content is Dead
Episode Two: Content
Date: October, 29, 2019
Time: 2:00-7:00 PM (Conference 2-5 PM, Interactive Happy Hour 5-7 PM)
Location: .ZACK in Midtown
Mark Sableman, Intellectual Property, Media, and Internet Law Partner, Thompson Coburn LLP will share the ins and outs of copyright law, but before you yawn, make sure your content is safe. He will show you how.
Leah Freeman, Director Of Public Relations, LaunchCode shares the lessons she learned from her journey as local PR rep for the City of Ferguson to the front and center communications role for a groundbreaking national crisis.
Kerry Turk, President/CEO, Company NameIntelliSource International, Inc. recalls her time as a national intelligence executive specializing in Russian relations and exposes lessons marketers can adapt from her studies of international methods for mass media analysis and open source intelligence analysis and reporting.
Marisa Lather, Marketing Thought Leader, MarketerMarisa.com will call out forward-thinking considerations marketers need to take into account in the new age of customer advertising awareness and data privacy.
Scott Thomas, Influencer, GrillinFools.com & Stefani Pollack, Influencer, Cupcake Project share techniques for integrating high-stakes thought leaders into your executive marketing campaigns.
Michael Johnson, Co-Founder & Chief Creative, SLAM! Agency will speak about the future of video marketing, trends they are seeing, and how video killed the content star.
Matt Kamp, Senior Vice President, Influence & Co to divulge what it means to create influential content in a saturated marketplace and how your brand can stand out.
Vernon Ross, Founder, Enterprise Podcaster "gets nerdy" about high thought level trends impacting businesses and podcasting in 2020.
About Not Just Another Marketing Conference
Designed for Professionals
Not Just Another Marketing Conference (NJAMC) is an event designed for busy, established marketing professionals who need to keep abreast of today’s marketing technologies and best practices — but don’t have the time to invest in full days of conferences that rehash the same basic content.
NJAMC promises high-level, info-dense experiences with lightning-fast micro presentations that feed into professional panels. You get direct access to the thought leaders that can help shape your marketing strategy.
You’ll leave with actionable tactics you can immediately implement and an improved understanding of vast strategic considerations you need to know.
Powerful, fast presentations exciting enough to wake the dead
Professional panel primed to answer your killer questions
In-depth conversation with un-dead experts
Games, prizes, clout (these are all three related... are you intrigued yet?)
Post-event happy hour with food and drinks upstairs at Sophie's Artist Lounge & Cocktail Club (included)*
To maximize your time and experience, we’ll be sending you simple pre-workshop planning tools that will help you understand the material using your own content.
While we will have some Halloween fun for you to enjoy, costumed dressing is not a requirement. If you choose to dress up, for the safety of everyone, we request no face masks, toy weapons, or excessively large, distracting, or distasteful costumes.
*Additional Happy Hour tickets available for individual purchase.
NJAMC is sponsored by Spectrum Reach.
Keywords: Content marketing. Content. Marketing. Attribution. Analytics. Personalization. Privacy. Regulations. Business. STL. St. Louis. Technology.