Conferences are a great way to learn about new and interesting trends in your industry. These events are also an opportunity to further improve your skills and up your game. Best of all, you get to rub elbows with well-known experts and meet others within your industry — perfect for networking!
So how many marketing conferences do you attend each year? Here’s what our Search Engine Journal Twitter community said for this #SEJSurveySays poll question.
According to a survey sent out to Search Engine Journal’s Twitter audience, 36% do not attend any marketing conference, 45% attend 1-2 per year, 14% attend 3-4 marketing conferences, and 5% attend 5 or more.
The poll results show that majority of marketers attend at least one marketing conference in a year. If you’re a conference organizer, how do you create an unforgettable experience for your attendees? If you’re attending a conference, how do you make the most of your experience? We’ve got a short roundup of tips for you!
Tips for Conference Organizers and Attendees
The following tips can help both marketing conference organizers and attendees get the best experience:
- 10 Ways to Get the Most of Your Conference Experience
- How to Maximize Value From a Marketing or SEO Conference
- Expand Your Reach: A Guide to Live Conference Coverage
Still thinking of what conference to attend this year? Here are 37 digital marketing conferences you won’t want to miss in 2017.
And if you want to attend only one, then in our humble opinion, SEJ Summit should be it. Our namesake conference is “For SEOs, By SEOs”. And we’ve just announced Ann Handley is our opening keynote— because content and SEO go hand in hand. Early Bird pricing ends March 31.
Have Your Say
How many marketing conferences do you attend each year? What is your favorite among the marketing conferences you attend? Tag us on social media and have your say in the next survey by checking out the hashtag #SEJSurveySays on Twitter for future polls and data.
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