Last week was Growth Camp, where 200 people came together to share tips on how to grow faster and more effectively. Each presentation was just 15 minutes, forcing the presenter to boil down their talk to the most essential elements. Here is a list of all the presentations with links the slides on Slideshare for each one.
I had the pleasure of presenting a session at Dreamforce this year, and I thought I would share it with you. My portion of the presentation is about 25 minutes, and there are a variety of formats below for your viewing pleasure.
At the Atlassian Starter Day I had a chance to share some of my thoughts on startup marketing based on doing marketing at HubSpot and helping to grow the company from 5 people to over 160 people and nearly 3,000 customers over the past 3+ years.
I speak a lot at different marketing events, and am always looking to add data to my presentations. Data helps tell a story and provide proof points for what you are presenting. But, I also found that good data and charts on marketing topics were not easy to find in one place. The data existed, it was just hard to find quickly and easily. Knowing that we had a lot of data at HubSpot, I compiled a presentation of over 50 marketing graphs and charts from all the different reports and blog articles we have created. You can see the presentation below, and you can download the original file of marketing charts and graphs as well.
Today I had the pleasure of delivering the keynote address at W00t! Con in Bakersfield, California. I used my new iPhone 3Gs to stream the presentation live on Qik (my old phone was just an iPhone 3G and did not do video). You can watch the presentation in full (until my battery died during th Q&A) or just see the slides.
I have the pleasure today of speaking at the BrandSource National Convention, where they have asked me to talk about inbound marketing (and especially social media). In addition to may latestmaterial, I added a few slides and examples relevant to this particular audience. But, we're looking for more ideas from you! See below and leave a comment.
Today I have the honor of being the keynote speaker at the Internet & Technology Summit 2009 hosted by Tampa Bay CEO Magazine where I spoke about the changes happening in marketing. I'll try to update the post later with notes or audio/video.
Continuing the long week of presentations, I spoke to the New England Direct Marketing Association (NEDMA) about Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Download the slides or view the full presentation below.
Additional useful links related to the NEDMA SEO presentation:
I presented at the PRSA Travel and Tourism Conference today on inbound marketing and especially search engine optimization specifically for PR (public relations) in the travel and tourism industry.
- PR should include creating more content for the company, and not "we won an award" press releases, but interesting stories about the destinations, services and people who travel
- Optimize your press releases using Press Release Grader
- PR should help generate more links back to the client website since more links help power your SEO
My friends at the Bridge Group are having a cool contest this month - a business pitch contest - where 16 pitches will be selected and then face-off 1-1 until a winner is selcted for the grand prize.
It's free to enter, so if you have a "pitch" to submit, check it out.
For anyone interested in what I am saying, download the presentation (PPT format), or flip through the slides below.
If you saw the presentation and liked it, leave a speaking testimonial on this blog article or on my LinkedIn profile.