Tim Hayden of 44Doors might be the, if not one of the, preeminent experts on mobile marketing in the U.S. I would say he’s unquestionably the one who understands the most about how the mobile and social experiences blend. This is why he’ll be speaking at the Awareness Exploring Social Media Business Summit on Monday in Boston. There are still seats left! Get yours now.
Mobile is the one topic that is always on the list of what’s next. We’ve been talking about mobile being huge for years now, but we’re starting to see not only the technology and its adoption catch up with the audience, but also interesting applications of mobile marketing.
I caught up with Tim at an event in Louisville last month to talk about his ESM Boston talk, but to also dive into QR codes, mobile landing pages and websites and other topics piquing our interest as marketers.
Monday’s event at the Boston Marriott Burlington will feature original research from the Altimeter Group’s Jeremiah Owyang. Other speakers include DJ Waldow, Laura Fitton, Todd Defren, Ann Handley, C.C. Chapman, Jason Keath, Mike Schneider, Mike Lewis and lil’ ole’ me. Plus, we’ve got a brand case studies panel that will be certain to give attendees awesome ideas as takeaways.
Some of the topics we’ll dive into that day include building a scalable social business, cross-pollinating email and social marketing, the latest trends and needs for marketers relative to mobile marketing, location-based marketing, content marketing strategy and lots more.
I’m convinced you won’t find a lineup like this at a single-day event for such a ridiculously low price. For the $300 registration fee you get breakfast, lunch and a free month trial of ExploringSocialMedia.com. You get to hear some of the top thinkers in the digital marketing business and network with them and other attendees as well. For $300! SRSLY?!
Get your spot now!
And we’ll see you in Boston!
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