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Let Digital Commerce Summit Help You Elevate Your Business in 2016

Let Digital Commerce Summit Help You Elevate Your Business in 2016

You’ve seen a few posts here about our upcoming event, Digital Commerce Summit — especially about the myriad benefits it will deliver to attendees.

Today, we have one more quick note for you about our inaugural event … but this note isn’t aimed at potential attendees (more for them here).

Instead, today’s information is aimed at potential sponsors. That’s because Digital Commerce Summit sponsorship allows us to help you build your business.

How? By helping you get your brand and message in front of people who — with their actions — demonstrate that they are passionate about digital products and services, and are committed to investing in the success of their businesses.

Let’s start with the basics.

What is Digital Commerce Summit?

Digital Commerce Summit is the premier live educational and networking event for people who create and sell digital products and services.

Motivated, action-oriented digital entrepreneurs and digital product managers from across the globe will be joining us in Denver on October 13 and 14, 2016 for a value-packed experience that will define and elevate the digital commerce industry.

The integrated agenda, carefully curated by Brian Clark to deliver a cohesive curriculum, will cover digital product and service creation, plus the latest cutting-edge marketing, sales, and product launch techniques from expert practitioners.

Featured speakers include Rand Fishkin from Moz, Jeff Walker from Product Launch Formula, Joanna Wiebe from Copy Hackers, Laura Roeder from Edgar, Kevan Lee from Buffer, plus Brian Clark, Sonia Simone, Jerod Morris, Chris Garrett, and Pamela Wilson from Rainmaker Digital.

Of course, we’re also known for throwing incredible parties. This year will be no different, with our lively opening reception on October 12 and our always-epic closing party on October 14. Attendees will enjoy an exclusive performance by CAKE on Thursday, October 13, 2016.

Now you may be wondering … what’s the theme of Digital Commerce Summit?

The big idea of the Summit will be a bias for action

Do you have a tool or service that will help someone who sells digital goods or services take the next step(s) in building their digital empires? If so, our attendees should have a bias for action in the direction of your brand.

Together, we can connect motivated attendees with your tools or services.

Digital Commerce Summit is currently accepting a limited number of event sponsorship requests, and we’d love for you to be a big part of our inaugural event. Read on to get all the details …

Now to answer the big question: what’s in it for you?

Who you’ll reach at Digital Commerce Summit

Digital Commerce Summit will bring digital commerce professionals from around the world to Denver, including entrepreneurs, senior-level managers, technology executives, digital strategists, content creators, web developers, members of the media, and venture investors.

Previous events we’ve hosted have sold out months in advance and we’re preparing for an even greater response for our first annual Digital Commerce Summit.

More than 15 countries were represented at our previous annual events and even more engaged with attendees through social media. With more attendees this year, you can expect your reach to be even more powerful.

Why sponsor Digital Commerce Summit?

Brand awareness with influencers and decision makers: Showcase your brand at one of the most talked-about events in the industry and build recognition for your products or services. You will be able to highlight the value you deliver to a highly targeted and highly responsive audience that is being encouraged to take action.

Engagement: Make one-on-one connections with individuals in your target market at the event, plus keep the connection going after the event with tailored communications that directly address their unique needs.

Validation: Benefit from the ability to associate your brand with Rainmaker Digital, which has more than 200,000 paying customers and an attentive audience of more than 700,000 individuals who trust us to deliver world-class digital commerce education and software.

We’ve worked hard over the last decade to build that level of trust, which is a form of social currency that cannot be quantified.

It can, however, be leveraged — by becoming a sponsor for Digital Commerce Summit.

We are offering a variety of sponsorship levels to suit your promotional needs and budget requirements, but — to ensure our sponsors get the best ROI — we are limiting the total number of packages available.

Only a few are left now, so if this event sounds like the right fit for you, don’t delay…

For specific details on each package or to contact us for more information, please visit: http://digitalcommerce.com/digital-commerce-summit-sponsorship/

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Navid Moazzez: How To Make Up To $40,000 A Month Hosting Your Own Online Virtual Summit

[ Download MP3 | Transcript | iTunes | Soundcloud | Raw RSS ] I had the pleasure of living with Navid Moazzez for a week in San Diego in a house Natalie Sisson rented. It was a lot of fun living with so many online marketers and lifestyle entrepreneurs. Before…

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Navid Moazzez: How To Make Up To $40,000 A Month Hosting Your Own Online Virtual Summit

[ Download MP3 | Transcript | iTunes | Soundcloud | Raw RSS ] I had the pleasure of living with Navid Moazzez for a week in San Diego in a house Natalie Sisson rented. It was a lot of fun living with so many online marketers and lifestyle entrepreneurs. Before…

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SEO and Content: Best Practices From the Adobe Summit

At the Adobe Summit this week, Dave Lloyd of Adobe gave a great presentation on optimizing content for search throughout the customer journey.

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Testing and Optimization: Implementing insights from Email Summit at accounts payable company

At Email Summit, marketers gather from around the world to hear success stories and case studies from fellow marketers and return to the office with fresh, new ideas. At Email Summit 2013, Rachel Hoppe, Marketing Manager, AvidXchange, shared how she did just that and presented the results from her takeaways from Email Summit 2012. Watch this brief excerpt from her session and watch the full replay at MarketingSherpa.com/video.
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Content Marketing How-to: Social media tips and tactics from B2B Summit panel

At B2B Summit 2012, Daniel Burstein, Director of Editorial Content, MECLABS, sat down with a panel of marketing experts: Eddie Smith, Chief Revenue Officer, Topsy Labs; Nichole Kelly, President, SME Digital; and Chris Baggott, Chairman, Compendium. In this B2B Summit session, they exchanged insights on content creation, the importance of genuine content and how marketers can kill their career with inauthentic content they create or repurpose. Watch this clip as the panel discussed the value of harnessing company’s internal email power, verifying sources and using a human tone with your customers.
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Social Media Marketing: Insights from Email Summit keynote Jay Baer

In this MarketingSherpa Blog post, we take a look back at Email Summit 2013 with Jay Baer’s presentation, “More Alike than Different: Why Email is Madonna, and Facebook is Lady Gaga.” Watch this video excerpt for key insights from the presentation to apply to your email and social media marketing efforts.
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MarketingSherpa Email Summit 2013: Using buyer behavior in email campaigns

From MarketingSherpa Email Summit 2013, Loren McDonald, VP of Industry Relations, Silverpop, discussed to an audience how to use buyer behavior to improve email campaigns. Read on to learn Loren’s tactics to target audiences using a personal marketing approach.
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MarketingSherpa Email Summit 2013: Social media is email with fresh paint

Jay Baer, President, Convince & Convert, spoke on day one of MarketingSherpa Email Summit 2013 on the relationship between email and social media, and how to use data from both to reach consumers more directly.
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“How My Blog Business Works” Web Strategy Summit Video Presentation

Last week I presented at the Web Strategy Summit in Brisbane. The organisers of the event, Adam and Toby, invited me to come in and do a short presentation of 18 minutes, then a 10 minute question and answer session.

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