1. Content Marketing World 2017 Must-Sees

    Content Marketing World 2017 Must-Sees

    If you're reading this, chances are your flights are booked and your bags are packed for Content Marketing World 2017. This year's conference is filled with grade-A speakers, networking opportunities, and vendors. 

    Top Rank Marketing's Joshua Nite rates this conference, despite any downsides.

    This trip is definitely worth the hassle. Just keep in mind how much you’re about to learn, how many amazing marketers you’re about to meet, and you can smile your way through the unpleasantness. 

    Top speakers this year include Global Head of Influencer Marketing at SAP, Amisha Gandhi. She's presenting on influencer marketing maturity. Attend this presentation if you want to bring your influencer programs to the next level.

    In addition, Tim Washer of Cisco and Erica Ayotte of Curata are speaking. They're presenting on spicing up "boring" B2B content and artificial intelligence in content marketing, respectively. 

    Want to get more out of your CMW experience? In addition to presentations, there are exciting networking events to attend and restaurants to try in Cleveland.

    We suggest attending the CMW 80s Dance Party at the House of Blues, enjoying some Midwest meat at Urban Farmer or Mabel's BBQ, joining the CMW running group, or heading over for some bowling at the Corner Alley.

    For more must-see presentations at Content Marketing World, check out Nite's complete article below.

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