This year, Stikky Media attended Social Media Camp 2019. Read on to learn about our experience at this unique Canadian social media conference, topics covered by the speakers and our key takeaways.
Whenever a report like Hubspot’s State of Inbound comes out, I get all excited. Some data! Some stats! New things to learn! Benchmarks to compare my work with!
And this year’s report did not disappoint, either. With 54 pages of data gleaned from thousands of respondents in marketing and sales, Hubspot once again gives us a good overview of the world of inbound marketing, from budgeting to planning to measuring.
And since not everyone has the time to read all 54 pages of the report, I’ve pulled my top 5 takeaways to share with you.
Any digital marketer worthy of his or her name will tell you that email is still the best and most reliable way to connect with your customers. What’s better than getting directly into their computers and phones?
Guy Steeves of Constant Contact presented a useful talk about e-newsletter marketing, and why it’s still the “sexiest new social media app” (direct quote) around. Here are the highlights of his presentation. (more…)
Two days, 8 workshops, 30 sessions and a deliciously embarrassing amount of Wannawafels later, the 2nd annual Social Media Camp has come to a close. This year saw over 650 participants, almost 200 more than last year.
Social Media nerdry, gambling, and four days in a city that seemingly has no connection to the real world. It doesn’t get much better than that. BlogWorld New Media Expo 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada was all that and more.
Sunday, October 3, was the first ever Social Media Camp here in Victoria, held at the Victoria Conference Centre. Almost 500 people attended and there were some amazing speakers from all over the continent.