Rethinking marketing methods in the digital age

13Sep10

As part of Edelman’s ongoing thought leadership, I am delighted to invite you to the latest online BrightTalk conference focussing on ‘Rethinking Marketing Methods in the Digital Age’ on September 15th at 1pm UK.

Part of the ‘Social Media for Business Marketing Summit’ with presentations by Brian Solis and David Tebbutt this presentation aims to challenge the way people currently work and suggest best practice tips that will enable everyone to consider alternative approaches to achieving their goals.

As more conversations crowd the online social media space, marketers are left searching for flexible approaches to better respond to changes in the digital environment. The principle behind this presentation is that the world has changed and we must change with it. Unless they want to be second best marketers must adapt the way they think, plan and act to make sure their message is heard at the right time, the right place and to the right people. The old ways of working simply do not exist anymore and not understanding or not having the time is not excuse.

In the true spirit of the digital age, to get involved in this presentation simply join in live on twitter by using the hashtag #rethinkmarketing provide your views or pre-submit questions now in the week prior to the event.

To join the webcast click on this link: http://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/22063

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