The Realtime Marketing Lab tour helps marketers discover the best social media tools for realtime marketing, and gives them access to the companies creating them. They have designed and are promoting an atmosphere that feels more like a sandbox test environment, where participants can feel at ease while getting hands on experience with these various products while also receiving a deeper education that will help them pick the best ones for their business.
Target audience: social media marketers, agencies, franchisors, Web publishers, marketing professionals, PR pros, brand managers, businesses, nonprofits, educators.
Here are the dates and the discount link codes for The Realtime Marketing Lab 2015 Spring Tour:
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We will actually be doing realtime marketing during the realtime marketing lab tour for our event sponsor: Repio. We believe the best way to learn and experience the various tools and platforms available today is by putting them through their paces. We will be running this marketing campaign Repio one week before the tour, during the two weeks of the tour, and for one week after the tour. We will also be introducing a changing geographic and demographic environment into the tour as we travel from city to city, and will be analyzing and presenting how the campaign differs as we travel between locations.
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