Speaker Center

Let Your Contacts Know You’re Speaking at the eMetrics Summit

Thank you for agreeing to speak at the eMetrics Summit! We are excited to have you join us and want to make sure that being a speaker is a rewarding and enjoyable experience.

We know that speaking at a conference can be stressful. As a speaker, you need to be focused on making your sessions engaging and thought-provoking for the attendees. In order to attract more attendees to your session, we have put together a series of materials that you can use to help spread the word.

The information provided below is meant to assist you in promoting your presence as a speaker at the eMetrics Summit to your network of friends and colleagues. If you have any other questions specifically regarding your speaker guidelines, contract or hotel accommodations, please contact Amanda Smith at asmith@risingmedia.com.

Here are several ways you can quickly and easily reach your eMetrics Summit audience:



Remember that you can always think outside of the box for other communication avenues that may better suit your audience.

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Email

Your email list is sure to contain a number of people who are itching to hear you speak. These people may want to come to your session at the eMetrics Summit, but are unaware of the event. If you are interested in sending a personalized email containing a special eMetrics Summit discount code to your contact list, please let us know and we will create a customized HTML that you can send to your communities.

Interested? Email Crystal Prag at cprag@risingmedia.com to request your custom email HTML file.

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Twitter

The twitter-verse is a massive place and the eMetrics Summit attendees are some of its most active tweeters! Many of your followers may be just want to come hear you speak at the conference. Use these sample tweets to get their attention so they will know about your presence at the eMetrics Summit!

Double your reach! Use our Twitter handle @emetrics in your tweets and we will re-tweet it to our followers.

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Facebook

Facebook is the largest social network around and it’s full of eMetrics Summit attendees for you to reach! Use these sample Facebook poststo alert your Facebook community that you will be speaking at the eMetrics Summit.

Double your reach! Tag our Facebook page, eMetrics Summit, in your post and we will re-share it on our page as well.

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LinkedIn

Digital networking hub, LinkedIn, is a professional yet personal way to connect with your colleagues – and of course the eMetrics Summit crowd! You can easily connect with others by joining the discussion on the Linkedin Group page. Add your own comments to the page to make sure LinkedIn connections will be there to see you at the eMetrics Summit.

Don’t forget to join the group page yourself!

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Blogging

Do you have a blog? If so, please send us any entries relevant to eMetrics Summit topics which are tied to your event presence. We’ll promote them for you via the eMetrics Summit social media channels. Posts should be informational and insightful rather than strictly promotional.

Please send all blog postings to Crystal Prag at cprag@risingmedia.com for approval. You will be notified when they’ve been approved.

Double your reach! Once we promote your post on eMetrics social media channels, don’t forget to re-tweet or share with your communities!

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Logos, badges & banners

Use these images below to promote your presence at eMetrics to your audience.

Link the logos, badges & banners on your site using the images below. To use for your website, emails, and other communications, copy and paste the HTML and add to your site.

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Contact

If you have any questions about speaker marketing opportunities, please contact Crystal Prag at cprag@risingmedia.com.

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