January 21, 2016
Looking to harness the power of video marketing in the connected age of the internet? It’s probably time to begin attending video marketing conferences and share in the kind of knowledge exchange that keeps video marketing best practices on the cutting edge.
However, with so many different marketing conferences already planned for 2016, how will you know which to attend?
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered:
Held June 5-7 this year at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Massachusetts, WistiaFest is the leading conference that focuses specifically on video marketing. Its highly specialized focus gives it a distinct advantage when compared to other conferences, as speakers and attendees are looking to educate and learn specifically about the power of video.
While WistiaFest typically draws a young demographic of attendees, don’t let that diminish it in your eyes. The youthful passion these attendees have for video marketing led to last year’s conference being an incredible incubator for innovative ideas.
Early bird tickets are now on sale and the speaker list should be posted shortly.
The New Media Expo, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, is focused towards digital content creators rather than specifically marketers, and its approach towards understanding the attention factor of content is unparalleled. All too often, video marketers get caught up in producing good content for their in-house websites that they fail to learn how to get the most out of external video hosting platforms, which is where NMX comes in.
So if you’re looking for creative ways to boost your presence on YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook, look no further than NMX 2016!
While WistiaFest and NMX are American conferences, the Canadian Internet Marketers Conference represents the best that Canada has to offer (and is certainly worth the trip up north!). With over 1,100 attendees already registered for the mid-April event, it’s sure to be a fantastic event. And with speakers from big brands that know their way around video content, as Google, expect amazing insights and ideas for improving your video marketing strategy.
What other video marketing conferences are you attending or wish you could attend this year?