The Recap of Global Marketing Day 2019

Global Marketing Day 2019 Recap

We are now living in the hard time of economic, almost niches in the market are filled. To survive, you must have better ideas, better tools and better technologies to go ahead of your competitors. Having updated strategies and experience insight will help you to protect your business, grow your brand and defeat your competitors.

One effective way to gain these things is by listening and learning from the sharing of experts. And Global Marketing Day is a great opportunity for you to do that. The online conference has taken place on 30 and 31 October.

About Global Marketing Day

Global Marketing Day is the first of its kind free 24-hour online marketing event with more than 56,000 registrants from all over the world, including those at live studios in four cities — Sydney, London, New York, and San Francisco. 

The event has happened successfully with over 50 speakers. At any given time live viewers averaged more than 15,000. This is an opportunity for you to learn from some of the most successful and established marketers and SEOs in the field. Then you can maximize your return on digital marketing investments with the latest trends, tools, insights, and skills.

“We wanted to do something unique, something that nobody had ever done before and something that will connect people across the whole world,” says SEMRush Chief Strategy and Corporate Development Officer Eugine Levin. “It was a learning curve for the whole team, we had experience in making both online events and offline events, but not on this scale. We have learned a lot. It was probably one of the most viewed online events of the year in MarTech. Getting the same audience with any sort of offline event would be very hard.” 

Why You Should Listen to Global Marketing Day

Global Marketing Day Hosts
Global Marketing Day Hosts

In the event, you can directly learn from the industry’s brightest and most experienced minds working for giant brands like SAP, Lego, Microsoft, Uber, BBC, LinkedIn, WeWork, Outbrain, Vodafone, Unicef, and many more. In addition, this is a chance for you to get inspired and create your business practical strategies. That will help you to transform your marketing in 2019, then increase your conversation rate and your ROI. 

Every session in the event will have unique relevance to how you do business or engage in marketing. Every theme, lesson, and topic was prepared carefully to make sure that audiences can have a deeper marketing understanding. Plus, the conference also gives you ideas and insights that would help participants like yourself gear up for business and personal growth.

The value of knowledge that Global Marketing Day provides you in a day can compare with months of slaving over books. With over 50 top-drawer speakers from across the entire marketing ecosystem, the event brings you to explore the whole marketing world in 24 hours. 

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Global Marketing Day Event Recap

The event covers many topics from making videos for business to positioning yourself as a leading expert in your field. Speakers also talk about the importance of putting your customers first and repurposing social media content for other platforms. 

There is a wide range of topics including content, global marketing trends, social media, SEO, modern marketing department, customer experience, advertising, and influencer marketing. Each session has its own host, for example, in New York, Lee Odden hosted expert speakers including Bob Ruffolo and Brian Wallace. They discuss live streaming, particularly the power of using it for your business and personal brands across networks, especially LinkedIn.

Global Marketing Day 2019 Recap
Global Marketing Day 2019

Register here to get access to the recorded sessions. 

“We might slightly change the format to make it even better and bigger, but we will definitely do something,” says Levin. 

Sharing From Participants

“It was great to participate in Global Marketing Day and share deep insights about Personal Branding with two of my marketing favorites,” said Brian Fanzo and Stephanie Liu.

Goldie Chan, LinkedIn Influencer and Founder of Warm Robots shares “We reviewed a strong organic content strategy for building a personal brand that stands up and confidently is unique.” 

“Global Marketing Day was the best online conference that I have ever attended or spoken at. It involved a large number of marketers from across the globe, featuring a diverse array of topics under social media and digital marketing. Logistically, it almost seemed impossible; yet, SEMrush made everything run smoothly and beautifully without losing any personal touch. I gained valuable feedback and engagement from the live audience for my talk and our session on live streaming. Very few online conferences can have the level of audience engagement that Global Marketing Day received. A hearty congratulations to Anton Shulke and everyone who worked on this to make such a successful event.” –Dr. Ai Addyson-Zhang, Founder of Classroom Without Walls.

“SEMrush asked me to be the backup and step up to the plate if there was a no-show from a guest, host or speaker. There were no no-shows, so I spent the entire New York leg in the studio hanging out in the Greenroom (that wasn’t green), surrounded by photos of the stars (Julie Andrews, Paul Simon, Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama). Turned out to be a unique experience: for over 7 hours, there was a steady stream of more than 40 digital marketing people coming through the green room on the way to and from the sessions. And that meant literally hundreds of phenomenally interesting top-drawer digital marketing conversations to join in or tune into. Brilliant. Luckily, 4 of them were recorded for posterity on the #SEOisAEO podcast!” –Jason Barnard, Keynote Speaker and Master of Ceremonies at Kalicube

“The first global marketing day event was beyond inspiring. It’s amazing how they were able to assemble the all-stars of marketing for one power-packed event. The marketing world needed this event. I was grateful to be a part of it and I can’t wait for next year!” –Tim Salau, Mr. Future of Work

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