Interactivity Digital Announces First Round of Speakers

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Interactivity Digital, a digital marketing conference, announced its first round of speakers, including digital marketing experts Rand Fishkin, Peter Shankman, Alan Bleiweiss, and Marty Weintraub.

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Interactivity Digital, a digital marketing conference to be hosted by Interactivity Marketing in May of 2013 in South Beach, FL, announced its first round of speakers today. Interactivity Marketing President Gary Henderson confirmed that SEOmoz President Rand Fishkin, aimClear President Marty Weintraub, Alan Bleiweiss of Click2Rank, and Peter Shankman of Vocus and HARO are expected to speak at the conference. Henderson will also deliver a keynote address.

"We created this conference in hopes of attracting high-quality speakers and interested attendees," said Henderson. "We're certainly well on our way with digital marketing geniuses such as Rand, Marty, Alan, and Peter. These guys are true leaders in their field and are sure to deliver some great knowledge and insight that all conference attendees (speakers included) will learn and grow from."

Rand Fishkin is the CEO of SEOmoz, one of the largest SEO software companies in the world. He has written several books on the subject of SEO and has been included on prestigious lists including PSBJ's 40 Under 40 and BusinessWeek's 30 Best Tech Entrepreneurs Under 30.

Marty Weintraub, CEO of aimClear (an online marketing agency) has managed high-profile Facebook ad campaigns for clients such as MarthaStewart.com, Siemens, Second Life, and Budget Direct. He is also the author of "Killer Facebook Ads" and consistently contributes to well-known SEO websites such as SearchEngineWatch and SearchEngineLand.

Alan Bleiweiss of Click2Rank Consulting has been providing Internet marketing services since 1995 and has worked with brands such as Publishers ClearingHouse, Princess Cruises, and Writer's Guild of America. He has managed large scale projects for clients and has handled projects upwards of $2 billion dollars. His most notable clients include Starkist.com and WeightWatchers.com.

Peter Shankman, founder of HARO, CEO of The Geek Factory, and Vice President of Vocus, is widely regarded as a leader in the fields of PR, marketing, and social media. He has worked with a variety of notable clients including American Express, Walt Disney World, and Snapple. An authority in the marketing world, he is often quoted in media outlets such as Fox News, CNN, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

Interactivity Digital will focus on topics such as search engine optimization, pay-per-click marketing, social media, analytics, email marketing, and conversion rate optimization. It is not yet known what each speaker will be slated to discuss in his address, but Henderson said that those details would be forthcoming as more speakers are confirmed for the 2013 event. "It's difficult to ask these speakers to plan their schedules a year in advance. We've made contact with a lot of excellent candidates and expect to announce another round of speakers in a few months."

Interactivity Digital made another big announcement last week, selecting The Perry in South Beach as its conference venue. Interactivity Digital will take place from May 15-16 and will be an exclusive and intimate event as only 125 tickets are being sold.

Tickets for the event are currently available for purchase at a discounted rate.

About Interactivity Marketing

Headquartered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Interactivity Marketing is a fully-integrated digital advertising and marketing agency that provides branding, print, web design and development, search engine and social media marketing, and marketing strategy services to clients across the nation. Regarded as one of the fastest growing digital agencies in the southeast, Interactivity Marketing continues to win business and break new ground by implementing quantifiable, measurable, and innovative creative marketing solutions and strategies for its clients.

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