[Podcast] Episode 009: Live from Traffic and Conversion Summit 2016
By Tom Tate February 16, 2016
In this episode, we’re recording at Digital Marketer’s Traffic and Conversion Summit 2016 with updates on the current state of digital marketing! Check it out!
What’s the future of digital marketing?
Over 3000 like-minded marketers convened in San Diego last week at Traffic and Conversion Summit to discover the answer. The host, Digital Marketer, educated the crowd on what’s working today, and where they believe the industry is heading. The content was enlightening and inspiring.
Podcast-hosting service Buzzsprout had a mobile recording studio on hand to capture some audio. I took to the booth with my colleague Meghan Nesta to dish out the main themes that we knew email marketers could benefit from hearing.
— Tom Tate ✉ ☕ (@tnrt) February 10, 2016
Listen to this episode below:
Here are a few things we discussed:
- Why you shouldn’t propose to cold traffic on your first date.
- How to build relational equity with your subscribers.
- How generic lead magnets could be hurting your lead quality.
- Why its not always about you (but always about your customer.)
What do you think the future will bring?
— Meghan Nesta (@mjnesta) February 10, 2016
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