Speaker Submissions due December 12 for Content Marketing World 2017

Speaker Submissions due December 12 for Content Marketing World 2017. Are you leading content marketing at your brand? And our community is ready to listen and learn. This was one of my favorite parts of the interview: If you plan your talks as if you didn’t have any visual supports two things happen. You simplify it to a point where people can actually process it. That’s true if it’s a single thing – not 78 slides over the course of 45 minutes. Without the slides, you automatically simplify. Read more of my interview with Tamsen for more great advice. So, now with two articles to read, your third item on your to do list is to submit your presentation to speak at Content Marketing World 2017. Registration is now open – and the best rates are available until December 31, 2016!

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In case you’re happening upon our website for the first time and wondering “What is Content Marketing World?” Visit our

homepage of the website to find out even more. And we hope to see you September 5-8, 2017 in Cleveland! Registration is now open as well!

For those of you more familiar with us, it’s incredible to us that our 2017 conference and expo is already open for registration. But before the big event, we invest months creating a great week for our attendees filled with the best speakers and content marketing practitioners in the business.

And that’s where you come in.

Are you leading content marketing at your brand? Is your agency creating epic content for your clients? We want to hear your stories, and give you the platform to share your stories with our community. And our community is ready to listen and learn.

In our first Call for Speakers blog post, Joe talks about the WHATS for your speaker submissions. Go ahead, take a minute and open that link – it’s a quick but important read.

But now I’d like to talk about the HOWS. I had the pleasure of interviewing Tamsen Webster, Executive Producer of TEDx Cambridge, and she gives some fantastic advice about public speaking, why it’s important for…

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