CHICAGO (PRWEB) June 05, 2017
PR News is holding a two-day Digital Conference and Visual Storytelling Boot Camp at the Hyatt Regency Chicago on June 22 and June 23. Digital, marketing, social media, communications and PR professionals can save $600 by registering before June 9 and an additional $100 when two or more people sign up. Over 28 industry leaders will teach advanced tactics in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Video, crisis management, influencer marketing, SEO and paid social ads. The Visual Storytelling Boot Camp and Digital Conference will enable attendees of all organization types to enhance their digital strategy through sessions like:
- Tell Your Brand Story Authentically on Snapchat
- Making Instagram About Your Audience First and Your Brand Second
- YouTube: How Your Brand Can Be Popular on the World’s Most Popular Video Network
- How to Manage the First 5 Hours of a Crisis
- How to Identify and Cultivate Influencers for Your Brand
- How to Be a Content Marketing Star for Your Brand
- And more! View the Full Agenda
In addition to information-packed sessions, attendees will get 4+ hours of networking during the two days. They will also hear from speakers like Kevin Hartman, head of analytics, consumer, government & entertainment at Google; Kathleen Lukasik, vice president and social analytics at Oglivy; Adam Rucker, social media and communications specialist at Southwest Airlines; Nicole Bersani, digital media coordinator at the Chicago Cubs; Christy Phillips-Brown, director, external communications and community relations at Food Lion; and Monique Terrell, director and digital strategy at the College of American Pathologists. Visit the full list of speakers.
PR News has a special hotel room block rate of $259 per night at the Hyatt Regency with the deadline expiring on June 9. For questions about this event, contact clientservices(at)accessintel(dot)com. To become a sponsor, contact Amy Jefferies, VP of marketing at ajefferies(at)accessintel(dot)com.
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