The hashtag #Inbound13 has been trending for 4 days now and it’s easy to see why! 5500 Inbound Marketers gathered together in one place listening to some terrific speakers and sharing their own experiences and journeys. It was a wonderful event. (Check out my Day One and Day Two recap.)
If you weren’t there you can search the hashtag on Twitter, but there were tens of thousands of tweets (that’s how you get trending for 4 days straight). If you don’t have time for that I’ve gathered together some of the highlights that I saw.
Dig in; there’s a lot of knowledge here:
— Martin Clinton (@martinclinton) August 22, 2013
— marti konstant (@martikonstant) August 21, 2013
Your agency’s positioning statement needs to be about what you’ve chosen NOT to do. #INBOUND13
— Dustin Diehl (@DRJedi) August 21, 2013
“If you don’t push hard enough to bring about change someone else will push hard enough to stop it.” #INBOUND13
— Brian Solis (@briansolis) August 21, 2013
“The key question of content marketing is not, ‘is this content useful,’ it’s ‘will they use it?” And can you make sure they do? #inbound13
— Tamsen Webster (@tamadear) August 21, 2013
That’s my highlights, what did you learn? If you were at Inbound, what are you going to do differently after having been there?