We're counting down the days until Dallas Digital Summit 2013, where 75+ industry leaders and speakers are slated to share their insights on the latest digital trends. Dallas Digital Summit is a digital strategies and emerging technologies seminar that will take place at the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas this Tuesday and Wednesday (December 10th and 11th). The conference plans to attract more than 1,500 innovators, senior marketers, entrepreneurs and technology professionals. With less than 40 tickets left, the conference will likely reach its goal. You can purchase tickets for yourself or your company here, before they sell out.
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Dallas as a Digital Hub
In the wake of social media being used as a tool for marketing, Dallas has evolved into a larger and cutting-edge hub for digital conferences over the last few years. With associations like the DFWSEM Association (founded in 2004) and the Dallas Social Media Club (reinstated in 2009), Dallas has been a long-time pioneer on a regional and national level for producing digital leaders and speakers. Adding social media marketing education to the mix of Internet Marketing conferences has won over the more mainstream marketing and media professionals, and attracted larger, less "techie" audiences in more traditional arenas of PR, brand/product management, and C-suite.
Digital Conferences and Returning Speakers
Less than three weeks ago, Dallas hosted State of Search 2013, a slightly more specialized conference with search marketing industry experts such as Rand Fishkin of Moz.org, and Duane Forrester of search engine Bing.com. Forrester (Twitter: @DuaneForrester) will be coming back to the Dallas Digital Summit for an encore speech. Forrester announced, for the first time, at the State of Search that Bing has integrated Connected Pages with Bing Webmaster Tools.
This game-changing feature allows personal users and companies the ability to tie social profiles to Bing search profiles and, more importantly, see which social sites are sending website traffic. Google will likely follow.
Industry Insider Announcements
Heard-first announcements like these are likely to also occur at Dallas Digital Summit 2013 from Internet and media companies like AOL, AdAge, American Airlines, and Forrester Research.
With names like Randi Zuckerberg of Zuckerberg Media (sister to Mark himself and formally of Facebook), Paul Bettner (Creator of Words with Friends), and Dallas-based technology and finance entrepreneur Lee Blaylock (CEO, Who@), this year's Dallas Digital Summit is shaping up to be an unprecedented milestone in the evolution of the digital and innovation community scene that took root in Dallas not so long ago. Get tickets for yourself or your company here, before they sell out.
Last Chance for Tickets
For a chance to win a ticket to Dallas Digital Summit 2013 (a $345 value per ticket), share this article on Facebook, Twitter (Hashtag: #DDSum13), or LinkedIn and comment below. To enter you must leave a comment below letting us know you shared the article. You will get points and are more likely to win for creativity of your comment, having a large audience, and sharing on more than one network.