Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 09, 2016
PR and marketing’s next wave in digital communications will sweep into Miami at PR News’ annual Digital PR & Marketing Conference June 6-8. The PR community will gather at Miami’s Ritz-Carlton as top communications practitioners from brands, nonprofits and PR agencies will offer training, brainstorming, conversation and debate on topics including influencer relations, video, Facebook/Twitter, visual storytelling, multimedia press releases, SEO, budgeting, data and analytics, the digital dream team, email communication, social ROI and tying digital to the bottom line. Early bird rates end May 13 and a $199/night room block at the Ritz-Carlton ends May 20.
The communicators in attendance will be defining the future of digital communications—and forging important connections that will take the profession to the next level. See who attended PR News' inaugural event in 2015 where we had over 250 communications and digital professionals in attendance.
All three days of the Digital PR & Marketing Conference will include community-building networking opportunities and a keynote presentation.
The three-day event will also include a June 6 morning workshop “Google for Communicators” and the June 6 Social Media Awards Luncheon. PR News has also reserved a special hotel room block at the Ritz-Carlton, which you can reserve through May 20. For more information on the Digital PR & Marketing Conference and Google for Communicators Workshop, visit http://www.prconferencemiami.com/.
The Digital PR & Marketing Conference is sponsored by LexisNexis. To become a sponsor, contact Lindsay Silverberg at email@example.com.
Contact Laura Snitkovskiy at firstname.lastname@example.org with registration questions.
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