I had the honor of speaking at one of my absolute favorite marketing events last week – the MarketingProfs B2B Forum (sign up for the 2013 event now!).
Better yet, I was able to talk for 57-ish minutes about one of my favorite topics – Batman (email marketing) and Robin (social media). If for some crazy reason you were not in Boston to see the live talk, you can view the slides below:
Can’t see the slides? View them on Slideshare.
Oh. And one more thing. I realize that sometimes just seeing/reading slides is not quite the same as being there live, in person. You kinda miss out on the story behind each slide, the asides, the humor and wit (ha!) and, well, let’s be honest … it’s just not the same.
Good news? The kind folks at MarketingProfs are hosting a virtual “Best of B2B” event this Friday (October 12th). Guess who’s talk made the cut? That’s right!
While not free, it’s pretty close – only $49.95 (or “less that five bucks for each hour of awesome” as they say on the event site. Even better? If you can’t make the “live” (virtual) even on Friday, it will be available for 90 days.
Bonus: If you use this link (or any from this blog post), and enter in the code WALDOW10 at checkout, you’ll save $10 off registration. Doing the quick math, that’s now $39.95 (or less than four bucks for each hour of awesome).
Bonus #2: If you do choose to register for the “Best of B2B” virtual event on Friday, I’ll be doing 15-minutes of live – yes live, not taped – Q&A!
Pretty good deal, right?
See you there … virtually.
Speaking of Batman and Robin, did you know that my buddy Jason Falls and I just wrote a book called The Rebel’s Guide to Email Marketing: Grow Your List, Break the Rules, and Win?
Yup. It’s true.
We talk quite a bit about Batman (email marketing) and Robin (social media). We also talk about a few ways to “break the rules” and still win.
Break the rules and grab your copy today. AVAILABLE NOW!
Reminder: There is no such thing as “best practices” when it comes to email marketing. Best practices are those that are best for your audience.