EMARKETING + COMMERCE & TARGET MARKETING ANNOUNCE 7TH ANNUAL VIRTUAL CONFERENCE & EXPO
The teams at eM+C and Target Marketing are proud to present the 2014 All About eMail Virtual Conference & Expo, now available on-demand until 2/17/15.
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As in years past, this online event explores tips, tools and best practices in email marketing, along with the latest email trends and case studies for marketers.
The event features marketing masterminds such as Shar VanBoskirk, VP, Principal Analyst serving Marketing Leadership Professionals, Forrester; Jessica Higgins, VP, Creative Director, BrightWave; Liz Ryan, President, Relish Tray Media; Pat Friesen, Direct Marketing Writer/Copywriter/ Creative Strategist, Pat Friesen & Company; Cyndie Shaffstall, Founder, Spider Trainers; Jeanne Jennings, Vice President, Global Strategic Services, Alchemy Worx; Bob Bly, Copywriter/Internet Marketing Strategist; and MORE.
Session topics include:
- The Next Frontier of Email Marketing (presented by Forrester)
- Email in a Smartphone World
- Email Acquisition
- Perfecting Your From Lines, Subject Lines and Pre-Header Text
- Spam Standards, Enforcement and Legal Requirements in the US and Abroad (Especially Canada)
- Cadence: Email Rhythms to Nurture Prospects and Keep Customers
- The intersection of email and content marketing
- Top Email Triggers, Retargeting and Automation Tactics
Click here for more info on what the show has to offer, and check it out! http://virtualshow.emarketingandcommerce.com/register/?source=004
Contact: Alexis Henderson, Director of eLearning, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Biegel will present findings from Winterberry Group’s research “Going Global: The Cross-Border Audience Opportunity.”
In this session, marketers will learn about the landscape of current data industry and marketers’ perspectives and more.
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