Think Tank mini-conference on ‘Influencer Marketing’

Think Tank mini-conference on ‘Influencer Marketing’

21st June 2013

Content marketing software company Linkdex is organising a free to attend event next week, Thursday 27 June, as part of their series of Think Tank mini-conferences.

The upcoming event will focus on ‘influencer marketing’, and features a range of high profile industry speakers such as Stephen Pavlovich from, 10Yeti’s Andy Barr, and Pete Wailes from SEOgadget. The keynote will be delivered by Philip Sheldrake, a leading PR and digital marketing expert.

Linkdex’s previous Think Tank event was used to launch the Smarter Content platform aimed at separating the chaff from the wheat when it comes to quality content. The previous events have been invite-only, but due to popular demand Linkdex decided to make this upcoming one public and free to attend. Seats are limited and registration is done via Eventbrite, so get in there quickly if you want to attend.

Matt Roberts, founder of Linkdex, comments on the growing success of their Think Tank event series:

“At Linkdex we are very proud of our events as they play a key role in us engaging with the digital marketing community. It’s also a great way to spend time with our clients. The increasing success of the events is also a reflection of how the Linkdex brand has been growing and embraced by the community, which is something we are very grateful of.”

Influence Marketing is the hot buzzword of the moment. It combining elements of social media marketing and outreach to help brands build market awareness through key influencers. Next week’s Think Tank event is a great opportunity to learn more about this marketing tactic as well as network with industry leaders.


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Barry Adams is the chief editor of State of Digital and is an award-winning SEO consultant delivering specialised technical SEO services to clients worldwide.
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