Today, I’m going to take a break from plugging my own conference series — next up: MarTech Europe in October, which is totally going to rock, I say with embarrassing modesty — to, well, um, promote a proposal to present at a different conference.
Yes, as you’ve no doubt surmised from the headline, I’m making a bid to speak at SXSW.
My proposed talk is Hacking Marketing, which will explore a number of fascinating parallels between software development and modern marketing. Here’s a one-slide teaser:
If you’re planning on attending SXSW in 2016, and this sounds like a talk that you’d want to hear, I’d greatly appreciate your vote for it on the SXSW panel picker.
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2 thoughts on “Would Hacking Marketing make for a great SXSW talk?”
Definitely agree with this thought and it’s interesting that if you’re drawing parallels between the marketing and software development worlds, I think this would be a great example of phishing using social media – http://mashable.com/2015/08/11/o2-three-free-pizza-for-year/
Thanks, Jeff! That’s a funny — yet apt — example.