Reason #4 to Attend Social Media Marketing World in San Diego, California Feb. 28 – Mar 2, 2018
Meet the Experts Live and In-Person
Are there any social media marketing celebrities you’d love to meet—people who teach and inspire you?
Social Media Examiner carefully recruits speakers who don’t disappear after their sessions, but instead love to mingle with attendees.
“Loved that the speakers weren’t hiding between sessions, but rather were networking and engaging with everyone,” said Brian Fanzo.
“The speakers were very accessible and approachable during the event. They didn’t just run off. You could go up and talk one on one with them. You ran into them in the halls and at networking events—even the hotel bar,” said Julie Lowe.
Top social media pros interact with attendees.
“It was exciting to see so many of the people whose advice I read on a daily basis. I have to say I was very impressed,” said Michelle Stute.
High-level social media experts lead every session, every keynote and every panel at Social Media Marketing World. These are pros from the social media industry and marketers from big brands who are getting it right.
“It’s crazy. It’s the who’s who. It’s famous people: authors, speakers, as well as brands,” explained Neal Schaffer.
All the biggest names will be there! Presenters include Guy Kawasaki, Mari Smith, Scott Monty, Jay Baer, Ann Handley, Michael Stelzner, Michael Hyatt, Amy Porterfield, Chris Brogan, Mark Schaefer, Chalene Johnson, Darren Rowse, Joel Comm, Kim Garst, Martin Shervington, Marcus Sheridan, Gini Dietrich, Pat Flynn, John Jantsch, Andrea Vahl and Brian Clark—just to mention a few!
Michael Hyatt said, “For people who want to network and learn from the best of the best, this is the place to be.”
“This was by far one of the best conferences I’ve ever attended, based on the high level of speakers and sessions,” said Lindsay Nyquist.
“It’s just very, very conducive to networking, so I’ve been able to meet incredible people in between sessions or at lunch, whom most people just dream of meeting. And everybody’s very down to earth,” said Neal Schaffe
Here’s a partial list of presenters coming to Social Media Marketing World:
Guy Kawasaki, Mari Smith, Chris Brogan, Jay Baer, Ann Handley, Michael Stelzner, Michael Hyatt, Laura Fitton, Joe Pulizzi, Mark Schaefer, Cliff Ravenscraft, Nichole Kelly, Ted Rubin, Paul Rand, Chalene Johnson, Darren Rowse, Joel Comm, Kim Garst, Martin Shervington, , Marcus Sheridan, Gini Dietrich, Pat Flynn, Dan Miller, John Jantsch, Christopher Penn, Tom Webster, Tim Hayden, Andrea Vahl, Brian Clark, Lee Odden, Bryan Kramer, Neal Schaffer, Ekaterina Walte, Steve Spangler, John DiJulius, Pam Moore, Viveka von Rosen, Ron Nash, Cynthia Sanchez, Vincent Ng, Daniel J. Lewis, John Lee Dumas, Lou Mongello, Norm Pattiz, Jason Miller, Stephanie Sammons, Todd Wheatland , Pam Didner, Beverly Jackson, Gideon Shalwick, Steve Dotto, Natalie Sisson, Amy Schmittauer, Caleb Wojcik, Zach King, Lutz Finger, Douglas Karr, Andy Crestodina, Donna Moritz, Holly Homer, Jamie Turner, Greg Hickman, Peg Fitzpatrick, Lynette Young, Ronnie Bincer, Jon Loomer, Brian Carter, Ian Cleary, Syed Balkhi, Sue B. Zimmerman, Jenn Herman, Leslie Samuel, Stan Smith, Maria Poveromo, Peter Stringer, Rob Wolf, Susan Beebe, Matt Gentile, Eric T. Tung, Carlos Gil, Michael Bepko, Michael Haggerty-Villa, Dan Rosenbaum, Todd Smith, Jaimie Bakas, Chuck Hemann, Michelle Killebrew, Karlijn Vogel-Meijer, Tim Washer, Martin Jones, Justin Levy, Adam Buchanan, Jeff Korhan, Rick Mulready, Rich Brooks, Melonie Dodaro, Michael Wolf, Tom Merritt, Michael O’Neal, Mark Mason, Phil Mershon
To wrap it up…
“If someone asked me if they could only go to one conference a year, which would it be? I would say it has to be Social Media Marketing World. Best self-investment you will ever make,” said Matthew David Smith.
“I learned more about social media in those two days than I have in the past two years! It inspired me to do more, and I can’t wait to get started,” said Kim Pekin.
If you’re a social media marketer, this conference is the place to be. You’ll acquire practical knowledge from the best in the field that will help improve your business and your professional development in this industry, where it can be hard to keep up with all the changes.
“If you have two days in the year you can spend for you own internal R&D on social, without a doubt, this is the place,” said Neal Schaffer.
You’ll meet people who speak the language of social media and will become helpful advisors and good friends long after you’ve returned home. And you’ll have a great time.
“What makes a great event obviously is the content, but as a lot of people say, it’s what happens outside of the classroom… And c’mon—it’s like freaking San Diego,” said Marcus Sheridan.
Here is a link to learn more about the event: Social Media Marketing World!