Will We See You at Our Dec. Content Marketing Crash Course?

From our content marketing keynote panel at ITEXPO in August

From our content marketing keynote panel at ITEXPO in August

Right around the time Content Boost started holding content marketing breakouts, keynotes and panels at various trade shows—including our very own ITEXPO events—we got asked the same question by many attendees: do we ever hold seminars or training courses throughout the year? The short answer was no, but the long answer was… not yet.

Quickly, we started to pick up on a very common trend in the industry: people did not want to have to wait until conferences or trade shows to receive best-in-class content marketing training. Perhaps more importantly, they didn’t want to have to pay hundreds and hundreds of dollars for one-off seminars. Instead, they wanted a way to stay current with the latest industry trends and strategies for improving upon their existing marketing efforts.

As such, we at Content Boost could not be more excited to hold our first-ever Content Boost Crash Course on Dec. 4, a complimentary seminar that will share the latest content marketing tips and tricks and give marketers the chance to discuss branding/marketing strategy with seasoned professionals from the Content Boost team. Taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at our Norwalk, Connecticut, headquarters, the crash course will include three seminars as well as smaller group discussions around pertinent content marketing topics. Here’s a sneak peek at the agenda:

Our decision to hold a first-ever content marketing crash course was a result of our conviction to continue to better serve our clients, key stakeholders and colleagues. We understand how imperative it is for today’s marketers to learn every tip and trick at their disposal and to consult with leading marketing professionals to uncover ways to better their marketing strategies. So we wanted to present all of you with a chance to come together—with other likeminded individuals—to learn, share and create together.

I personally cannot wait to meet each and every one of you—and to spend extra time with our dear clients. I will be personally leading the three seminars mentioned above and my incredible team will be on hand the whole day to answer any and all marketing questions. My hope is that you leave our jam-packed day felling invigorated, resolved and committed to raising the caliber of your existing marketing efforts. Don’t waste another minute! Get your spot reserved today!

See you all in a few weeks!

If you want more information, or have any questions for me, don’t hesitate to reach out. You can email me or tweet me at any time!

Carrie-SDubbed a “Chatty Cathy” from the time she uttered her first word, Content Boost’s Director of Content Marketing Carrie Majewski (née Schmelkin) is nothing short of verbal. Her love of talking matured into love of writing which inevitably transformed into a love of marketing. Carrie is responsible for overseeing the cutting-edge content marketing beast that is Content Boost—managing brand and editorial strategy, fostering client relationships, identifying new revenue opportunities and striking strategic partnerships. Carrie has worked with a variety of high profile clients on branding and copy creation from Sprint to Panasonic to AT&T to Emerson Network Power. When she’s not busy wordsmithing and debating content marketing versus traditional marketing, you can find her working on her swag in a hip-hop dance class, clogging her DVR with “Friends” reruns and trying desperately to make it up past 9:30 pm on the weekends with her hubby. #OldSoul.

 

 

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  2. […] We are holding our first-ever Content Boost Crash Course on Dec. 4, a complimentary seminar that will share the latest content marketing tips and tricks and give marketers—like you—the chance to talk shop with seasoned professionals from our team. Taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at our Norwalk, Connecticut, headquarters, the crash course will include three seminars as well as smaller group discussions around pertinent content marketing topics like blogging, social media and lead generation. (To read a sneak peek of the agenda, click here.) […]

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