Kevin Spacey, Scott Stratten, Brian Clark, and Tim Ash at the Content Marketing World Conference

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cmworldpost copyIn case you didn't get the memo, content marketing is huge right now.

Your search engine optimization efforts are tied to it, your effectiveness at social is dependent on it, and your ability to attract a conversion-primed audience is contingent on it.

Take one look at the diversity of the presenters at the Content Marketing World Conference, and you’ll see most companies get it.

From old titans like Microsoft, Oracle, and SAP, to new ones like LinkedIn and Facebook, technology companies will be there to talk about their strategies.

Manufacturers of all kinds, from electronics to shoes, will be talking a range of tactics - from GE to New Balance, from Dell to Western Digital. Giant research firms like Forrester, huge agencies like Ogilvy, and service providers like Demandbase and Marketo will be there to share what works.

If that reads like a who’s who of the Fortune 500 list, (and the firms and services they use) that’s because storytelling is finally getting the attention it is due. And you need to pay attention.

There’s still time to register, and as if you needed more reasons to be there, Copyblogger Founder and CEO Brian Clark and authors like Scott Stratten and our own Tim Ash will be delivering keynotes and workshops.

And the closing keynote will be by Kevin Spacey.

Yes that’s right - content marketing is so huge that Frank Underwood himself will be closing the ceremony.

See you there!

Content Marketing World 2014 - Cleveland
Monday, Sep. 8 - Thursday, Sep. 11, 2014