Digital Crossroads is this fall’s must-attend digital marketing conference. Yes, I’m biased. The annual fund-raiser for the Louisville Digital Association is programmed almost entirely by me. Yes, I’m the emcee and host. Yes, the non-profit professional association I co-founded benefits from it.
But you’re going to be hard-pressed to find a two-day digital marketing event in the Midwest that looks as good as this one, especially for the price. (Just $199 if you register this week. The event is Thursday and Friday, Nov. 2-3 at the Holiday Inn East in Louisville.)
And that’s just a few names off the top of my head.
Topics? Multicultural marketing. Being bold in design and life. Content marketing strategy. Personal branding. Influencer marketing. Creating compelling and viral content. Managing brand reputation. Incorporating buyer personas throughout a project’s journey. Instagram marketing.
You can read more on the Digital Crossroads page at the LDA website.
This event is perfect for both the marketing and community manager types and the VP/C-Level leaders. We’ve been growing it for nine years and are entering our second year off the full-on, two-day event complete with workshops, internationally known keynote speakers and more.
This year’s Digital Crossroads is presented by Workfront, a marketing project management suite built just for what we do. DAC Group, DBS Interactive, Inbound Lead Solutions and Kindred Healthcare are all signed on as sponsors as well with more to be announced. (If you’re interested in reaching 300 or so marketing decision-makers in Louisville, let me know.)
The reason I’m telling you all this now (the conference isn’t until Nov. 2-3) is that Thursday is your last day to get Early Bird prices. For all that goodness, if you register this week, you get the full conference pass for $199! All you have to do is be a member of LDA, which only means signing up for emails from the group.
All that for under $200? Register now and get your tickets for the hottest digital marketing event in the Midwest.
And I’ll see you in November!