Agenda Day 1
Thursday, May 15, 2014
& Opening Keynote
Satisfying Your Audience: Lessons Learned from
To have a successful paid search strategy, you need to execute your campaign using best practices. These include having the right level of keyword depth, the optimal mix of match types, well-written ads, optimized landing pages, and an account structure that maximizes your possible quality score. Are you optimizing the mobile and tablet opportunity? Do you need a tactical bidding strategy? If you're an advanced search marketer, you should also consider segmentation models to truly outwit the competition.
This session will highlight:
This session will outline how to assess, gather data, and perform a successful SEO audit of your or your client's websites. During the SEO process, it's important to know the tools and when and where to use them. Using real-world examples of sites that had issues, what the issues were, and how those issues were resolved, attendees will learn:
The point of engagement through content is coming ever closer to the point of transaction through digital commerce, lead generation, and audience development. This convergence makes the contribution of media to a business much more visible, immediate, and measurable.
Using examples of integrated strategies for paid, earned, and owned media, this session will show you how to get agencies and stakeholders to work together, and how to report, analyze, and optimize marketing efforts across silos.
Takeaways will include:
There's little doubt that Bing will acquire more query share as their audience grows and search marketers catch up to their lower CPC. Now is the time to take advantage of Bing's offerings for your business. In this session we'll cover all things Bing Canada, from using Bing Places to claim your business listing, Bing Ads search marketing and even Bing Product Ads. We'll wrap up with some power analytics that you must be using with your Bing Ads search campaign.
Content marketing has become a buzzword, with Google pushing marketers to create compelling content in order to be found. However, marketers are quickly realizing that producing content is a long-term process in which they are rewarded for quality. In addition, marketing efforts need to be predictable and repeatable.
This session will offer tips for creating a content strategy, developing and producing winning content, and achieving client buy-in. You will learn how to:
What will the future hold for marketing optimization? And how can you use today's real "best practices" to get ahead of competitors?
Does it feel like you need a crystal ball that tells you what your prospects really want? You can know using strategic marketing optimization testing. In this session, you'll learn:
Gone are the days of traditional marketing as we enter the age of #inthemoment. Today, consumers are actively engaging across multiple devices. Armed with applicable examples of successful brands utilizing Twitter as part of their marketing initiatives, Kirstine Stewart, Head of Twitter Canada will share her thoughts on how Twitter fits into the vast digital marketing ecosystem. Hear the story of her own transition from a traditional media company (CBC) to head up one of the largest digital/social media organizations in the world, as well as her plans for Twitter Canada.
Social advertising campaigns are no longer just about having the best content, but also about having the best placement and getting a positive return from Facebook advertising efforts.
According to Adobe's 2013 Social Media Intelligence Report, Facebook is becoming increasingly attractive to brand marketers: ad click volume is up by 29% year over year, ad impressions by 85%, and cost per thousand ad impressions by 120%. By incorporating social advertising into your paid media mix, you can create opportunities to reach and engage with customers, broaden brand awareness, and encourage direct response.
This session will explore themes, trends, and content strategies for social advertising. You will learn how to:
For several years, we've been hearing that this is going to be the year of mobile. Have we finally got there? With so many opportunities and channels to engage with customers, the challenge is growing for organizations to optimize their mobile strategies to positively affect their bottom line.
This session will show you which type of mobile site is right for your company. Hear case studies that point out real-life mistakes in building a dynamic serving mobile site. Learn how to integrate mobile into your overall marketing strategies to significantly boost reach and revenue.
This session will cover:
What's Working Now in Email Marketing: Tactics, Tips and Case Studies to Boost Performance
The Direct Marketing Association projects that email marketing returns $28.50 for each dollar spent - the highest ROI of any other direct response channel. This session will explain how organizations are leveraging email to generate and nurture leads, build relationships, close direct sales and grow bottom-line revenues.
This fast-paced session will provide real-world examples of inexpensive strategies and tactics you can implement with your own email program. We'll cover:
You'll leave with at least three ideas for things you can test and implement to improve the performance of your own email program.
Search is the first point of convergence between brand perception and action. It's a user-initiated opportunity to reinforce messaging from other channels, yet search marketers all too often operate in a vacuum, focused on optimizing this channel but without information on what initiatives are happening in other channels. The session will detail easy-to-implement opportunities to connect strategies from other channels to search marketing initiatives, and vice versa, presenting case studies and tactics through 4 different themes:
Think back to those great videos you created: how long were they—2 minutes, 3 minutes? Now consider all the footage you shot to get to this final length. You could be using this extra material for brochures, direct marketing pieces, bonus materials, and winning social media campaigns—and that's just the start!
YouTube offers a mobile video app called YouTube Capture. Facebook has introduced a way to share 15-second videos on Instagram. Vine, the mobile service from Twitter, creates 6-second looping videos. Which Android or iOS apps should you be using? Attend this session to learn:
This roundtable forum provides an opportunity to learn, network, and share information with peers and leading industry specialists. Roundtable discussions focus on various topics and each feature two experts. Choose the roundtable most pertinent to you and join the conversation! You may move freely between roundtables to make sure you get the most out of this session. Continue the discussion afterward over a few drinks at the Networking Cocktail Reception. Topic include:
1. SEO Tools & Technology
2. Paid Search Tactics
3. Big Data & Marketing
4. Web Analytics
5. Social Media Marketing
6. Creative Content Strategy
7. Conversion Rate Optimization
|5:30p-6:30p||Networking Cocktail Reception|
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