Sunday, October 02, 2005

Speaking at BtoB's NetMarketing Breakfast Thursday in Chicago - Oct 6 - Here's $10 Off

Forgive the self-promotion, but I'll be speaking and participating in a roundtable at Crain's BtoB's NetMarketing Breakfast in Chicago this Thursday, October 6th. I've been strugling between two presentations, one regarding a significant study that breaks apart and measures each vehicle of marketing campaigns -- television, print, Internet, search engine marketing, radio spots, etc.; the other presentation is a view into a best practice Fortune 100 enterprise search engine optimization program. If you have a preference, please post it here. In either case, it's going to be a short presentation followed by an internet marketing roundtable with marketers from SBC, Accenture and 1Sync.

Use the promotional code PEDL when registering at BtoB's site and you'll save $10, making the final cost only $35. If you come, please stop by after the event and say hello.

Here's some of the details of the event:

At BtoB's NetMarketing Breakfast in Chicago on October 6th, you can...
*Network with your peers over a continental breakfast
*Learn from marketing experts as they present best practices in e-mail, e-commerce, online advertising, search marketing, webcasts and more
*Ask the questions you want answered during the Q&A
*Find helpful resources by visiting our sponsors’ tabletop displays

BtoB's editor, Ellis Booker, will moderate the following panel:
* Peter DeLegge
* Christian Barnard, Executive Director, SBC Online
* Molly Spatara, Internet Marketing, Accenture
* Amy Fanale, Director of Global Marketing, 1Sync

Type the promotional code "PEDL" (without the quotes) when registering at: https://www.btobonline.com/calendarRegistration.cms?eventId=53 and you'll save $10.

2 comments:

JeffH said...

Hello Peter,

I noticed an ad with your picture in BtoB that indicated you're with Motorola. Is that as an employee or a consultant? Are you still consulting? Unfortunately, I can't make the event, but I'd be interested in the presentations. Can you provide a link to your presentation here?

dawn said...

Can you tell me more about that studY that breaks apart and measures each vehicle of marketing campaigns??