Content Marketing World 2019: Social Roundup, Day 3

Thousands of the industry’s most forward-thinking professionals descended on Cleveland this week for the annual homage to all things content.

You can also view our social roundup from Day 1 and Day 2.

Day 3 began with a CMWorld run and yoga like Day 2.

There was also a short Welcome note.

These were some of the most notable sessions on CMWorld Day 3

SpeakersTopics
Jay BaerMouth Moves: How to Conquer the New Frontier of Voice Content, Alexa, and Smart Speakers
Erika Heald How to Define and Document Your Brand Voice
Michele LinnHow to Publish Credible & Compelling Data: 10 Mistakes to Avoid (and 5 Must-Have Tactics)
Julia McCoy
Jason Schemmel
A Masterclass on Creating & Publishing Authority-Building SEO Blogs
Carla Johnson Walking the Tightrope: Architecting Teams to Deliver Consistently Innovative Content Marketing Results
Andrew DavisLoyalty Loop: How Small Content Adds Up to Big Business
Ann GynnHow to Be the Best Guest Blogger So You Get Invited Again
Chris Penn How AI Will Change Content Marketing Forever
Pam Didner 5 Creative Ways Content Marketers Can Better Support Their Sales Team
Tom WebsterInside a 20-year Content Marketing Program

Check out the social media highlights from Day 3 of the event below.

People are natural storytellers, organizations are not says Kathy Button Bell in her keynote: The Art of Storytelling: Stories Have the Ability to Empower Real Change.

In this session, Nilla Ali, SVP of Strategic Partnerships, explored the value of content to drive brand love, and shared tactical tips for creating innovative content experiences that drive revenue.

Who greets individual attendees as they arrive? Pam Didner!

And, Here are a few tweets from her session.

“If a data point could get you fired or promoted, that’s a KPI. Everything else is a metric.” – Chris Penn in his session titled: How AI Will Change Content Marketing Forever

Here’s an Ann Gynn quote from her session: How to Be the Best Guest Blogger So You Get Invited Again

”Put content at the centre of your integrated marketing,” – Jesper Laursen in his session: How to Integrate Content Marketing With TV Commercials, PR, and Sponsorships

In this session, Brian Fanzo shared his game plan for the importance of telling your story, how to stand out from the noise, and where to get started.

Imagine if you proposed to everyone the first time you meet them. How many would say yes? Considering that they just met you, not many. In all the tactics and metrics, it’s easy to forget that we are still marketing to real people, says Christopher White.

Cathy McKnight‘s session titled 27 Easy Steps to Creating a Content Strategy was well structured.

How to Build a Mega Personal Brand on LinkedIn on a Mini Budget?

LinkedIn Strategist, Michaela Alexis tells you how.

Vishal Khanna‘s nuts-and-bolts session tells you how to build a scalable content marketing engine unique to your brand.

Here are some tweets from Carla Johnson‘s Walking the Tightrope: Architecting Teams to Deliver Consistently Innovative Content Marketing Results.

A few tweets from Julia McCoy and Jason Schemmel‘s session.

Key Takeaways from Michele Linn‘s session: How to Publish Credible & Compelling Data: 10 Mistakes to Avoid (and 5 Must-Have Tactics)

A few tweets from Amber Naslund‘s session: Disrupting Thought Leadership: What It Really Takes To Create a Personal Content Platform That Works

“Meaningful change requires boring analysis,” says Kristina Halvorson. Her session: How to Conquer Content Chaos

Erika Heald on How to define and document your brand voice

Here are a few tweets from Jay Baer‘s session on Mouth Moves: How to Conquer the New Frontier of Voice Content, Alexa, and Smart Speakers.

Session: Charting the Course to a Career in Content Marketing by Amy Higgins

Other sessions include,

And the Closing Headliner: Mindy Kaling,

MIC DROP!

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