The Art of Marketing Returns to Vancouver March 19

One of my all-time favourite conferences is returning to Vancouver! I’ve been to two Art of Marketing Conferences over the last couple of years, and I found both of  them incredibly inspiring. In addition, I learned so much!

The kinds of speakers they have at these conferences are the heavy hitters in the marketing and social media world. Some of my faves have included Scott Stratton, David Usher, Mitch Joel and Arianna Huffington. They are packed with great ideas and tips to help you become a better marketer and social media superstar.

Seth Godin

Here’s my wrap-up of the September, 2013 conference, and here’s a similar post I wrote for the December, 2012 one.

I’m super excited by this year’s lineup, which includes Seth Godin. Godin is definitely one of my marketing and social media heroes. The entire lineup includes: Keith Ferrazzi (author of Never Eat Alone), Nancy Duarte (who is an author and TED fellow), John Jantsch (Duct Tape Marketing), Brian Wong (the 22-yr-old UBC grad and CEO of Kiip), Mitch Joel (author of Six Pixels of Separation and a great podcaster), and of course, Seth Godin.

I’ll be there! If you want to join me, here’s the info:

Wednesday March 19, 2014,  8:45 am to 5 pm
The Centre
777 Homer Street

Twitter: @TheArtOf
Hashtag: #TheArtOf

I can even get you a discount on the ticket! Here’s how it works: use the code TWITTERFAN32, and you will save $50 off of each ticket (if you buy between 1-3), or $100 of each ticket if you buy 3 or more tickets. Click here to buy tickets.

I’d love it if you would join me, and I hope to see you there!



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Rebecca Coleman

Social Media Marketing Strategist, Blogger, Author, Teacher, Trainer. Passionate foodie, mom to Michael, fueled by Americanos. I love my bike. Soon-to-be cookbook author. Localvore with a wanderlust.

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