Content Marketing

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Content Marketing Conferences

Content Marketing Conference, C3 Conference, MozCon, FinCon 2020, Youth Marketing Strategy NYC, Pubcon Austin 2020, MarketingProfs B2B, Confab, Workbenchcon, and Traffic & Conversion Summit are ten more examples of content marketing conferences scheduled for 2020 in the United States. The following sections cover each conference event providing details regarding their locations, prices, dates, and what they are about.

Content Marketing Conference

C3 Conference

MozCon

FinCon 2020

  • FinCon 2020 is set to happen from September 30 – October 3 in Long Beach, California.
  • The conference is ideal for networking, specifically for individuals with expertise in financial content. It covers several topics, including SEO, general content marketing, podcasting strategies, and social media.
  • During the 2019 conference, basic influencer pass tickets cost $497, pro influencer tickets went for $797, and brand/industry pass tickets cost $897.

Youth Marketing Strategy NYC

Pubcon Austin 2020

  • The Pubcon Austin 2020 conference is scheduled for Thursday, Feb 6, 2020. It will be hosted at the AT&T Conference Center at the University of Texas campus.
  • The event will feature industry-leading speakers providing the most recent strategies in four major domains, SEO, PPC (pay-per-click), social media marketing, content marketing, and digital marketing strategies.
  • Purchasing the full all-access conference pass tickets in 2019 from September 1 to November 30 would cost $349, while the price will increase to $449 for any tickets purchased from December 1 to December 31.
  • In 2020, the pass purchased anytime from January 1 to February 5 will cost $499, while the onsite/walkup pass will cost $599.

MarketingProfs B2B

  • MarketingProfs B2B conference 2020 will take place from November 3 – 6, 2020, in San Francisco, California.
  • The conference focuses on both B2B (business to business) and B2C (business to consumer) marketers, with more focus on B2B. The conference is ideal for B2B marketing and all levels of content marketing.
  • All-access VIP tickets cost $1,995, while the conference only tickets cost $1,195. Likewise, workshop only tickets cost $1,095, with registration scheduled to begin in November 2019.

Confab

  • The Confab conference is scheduled for May 17–20, 2020, and will take place in Minneapolis.
  • The conference focuses on several aspects of marketing, including UX, storytelling, accessibility to structure, content marketing, etc.
  • Early-bird tickets available through December 13, 2019, will cost $895 for one-day pass introductory and intensive workshops. Standard tickets available through March 13, 2020, will cost $1,095 for both a one-day pass for the introductory and intensive workshops.
  • Equally, last call tickets for the conference are available through April 24, 2020, and will cost $1,195, while on site charges will be $1,295.

Workbenchcon

  • Workbenchcon is scheduled for February 20 – 22, 2020. It will take place in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • The conference aims at assisting "DIYers, makers, influencers & bloggers" discover new strategies, products, and skills to help them take their businesses to the next level.
  • Marketing pass tickets for the event will cost $889, while the Workbenchcon pass all access will cost $489.

Traffic & Conversion Summit

  • The Traffic & Conversion Summit 2020 is scheduled for March 31 – April 2, 2020, in San Diego, California.
  • The conference focuses on what is new, hot, and actually working now in digital marketing. It is ideal for big ideas, conversational marketers, content marketers, growth hackers, digital advertisers, agencies only, and digital retailers.
  • The all-access pass tickets for complete access to sessions, entertainment, & networking cost $1,295, while the VIP pass — premium access tickets for the ultimate T&C experience cost $1,995. Discounts on both passes will expire on December 19, 2019.

Research Methodology

Your research team scoured the web and uncovered many published lists of content marketing conferences scheduled for 2020 in the U.S. In this regard, we evaluated the conferences listed on Clearvoice, Nosto, and PR 2020.com to retrieve the conferences listed above. Then, we checked the websites of each conference to uncover details regarding their details, dates, locations, and pricing information. Overall, the precompiled lists by Clearvoice, Nosto, and PR 2020.com contain many examples of content marketing conferences set for 2020 and happening throughout the U.S.
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Publications for Content Marketing Professionals

The Verge, Neil Patel, Moz, Adweek, AdAge, Social Media Today, Groove, Quicksprout, Content Marketing Institute, and Orbit Media Blog are ten additional examples of top publications for middle-to-large market content marketing professionals. The following sections review these publications based on what they provide, their average monthly visitors, and whether they offer subscriptions.

The Verge

Neil Patel

  • The Neil Patel blog reflects Patel’s unmatched experience in the marketing domain. The blog features unique content that is designed to help businesses specializing in creating content or analyzing marketing data.
  • Neil Patel also publishes different marketing content for his different businesses, podcasts, and YouTube channel.
  • According to SimilarWeb statistics, in the last six months, Neil Patel's blog has attracted an average of 6.83 million visitors per month.

Moz

  • The Moz Blog is a leading provider of content, SEO (search engine optimization), and online marketing skills facilitated by the industry's top content marketing wizards.
  • The content published ranges from the best advice, how-to articles, and insights into the marketing world.
  • In the last six months, Moz has had an average monthly visitor count of 3.12 million, according to SimilarWeb.

Adweek

AdAge

  • The AdAge is a hard-hitting magazine with bright and bold marketing news publications. The site provides heavy content in the form of articles, resources, videos, opportunities, etc.
  • It focuses on several areas, including marketing, advertising, digital, media, and agency. It also offers a subscription service that costs $109 for the all-access package, $279 for the insider package, and $1,199 for the editors' circle.
  • In the past six months, AdAge has had an average of 1.48 million monthly visitors.

Social Media Today

  • Social Media Today is a leader in reporting any marketing news happening in the social media world. Its posts also focus on content marketing, with more in-depth coverage around social media content.
  • It does not offer subscription services; thus, its content is accessible by everyone.
  • According to SimilarWeb, Social Media Today has had an average visitor count of approximately 977,800 in the last six months.

Groove

Quicksprout

Content Marketing Institute

Orbit Media Blog

Research Methodology

In finding 10 additional top publications for middle-to-large market content marketing professionals, your research team searched through lists and reports on the subject published by reputable marketing and business providers. We started by examining the information uncovered during the pre-research then continued to examine similar lists published by vendors like Canny Creative, Word Stream, Single Grain, and Brafton. We filtered the publication companies listed in each list to remain with those that focus on content marketing, along with other marketing news. Using this approach, we managed to hand-select the companies profiled above, which we ranked based on their monthly visitors' count. In this regard, we started by first identifying publications for middle-to-large market content marketing professionals, then proceeded to benchmark them against each other based on their monthly visitor count to remain with those that attract the highest monthly visitors. Overall, for each publication, a website link is provided, a description of what they do, subscription details (as applicable), and their monthly visitor traffic details.
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