The website for the 2010 Masters of Business Online conference went live, signifying the opening of registration. I am a featured speaker, conducting a session on developing a digital content strategy.
The Masters of Business Online conference is a one-day intensive conference focusing on utilizing the internet as a prime marketing channel.
From their website:
MBO 2010 brings together marketers from business and industries of all types. From Fortune 500 companies on the bleeding edge of innovation to small businesses breaking into the social arena, this year’s agenda is chock full relevant case studies and practical tips on how to use the internet as your best marketing channel.
How easy is it for customers and prospects to find your site when they do research? Are prospects connected in a way that convert their leads into sales? The web can be a powerful tool, but only if you know how to use it! That’s what this intensive one-day conference is all about!
At MBO 2010, you will:
- Learn how to maximize your company’s sales and leads with internet marketing and social media.
- Understand the relevant analytics to evaluate and test your campaigns.
- Create a bridge between your business’ brand and online goals.
- Connect with other marketing professionals and industry experts.
Other speakers include Amy Baker, Director of Digital Solutions for Fusion Alliance, Dave Morse, eMarketing Manager for Delta Faucet Company, and Ryan Mull, partner at Imavex. The keynote will be given by Mark Roberge, VP of sales, Hubspot.