The inaugural Global Marketing Day is on the books. More than 56,000 registrants from all over the world, including those at live studios in four cities — Sydney, London, New York, and San Francisco. At any given time live viewers averaged more than 15,000. The purpose was to connect people from all over the world in a way that had never been done before.
Here’s what Jason Barnard (The Brand SERP Guy) has to say:
“SEMrush asked me to be the backup and step up to the plate if there was a no-show from a guest, host or speaker. There were no no-shows, so I spent the entire New York leg in the studio hanging out in the Green room (that wasn’t green), surrounded by photos of the stars (Julie Andrews, Paul Simon, Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama). Turned out to be a unique experience: for over 7 hours, there was a steady stream of more than 40 digital marketing people coming through the green room on the way to and from the sessions. And that meant literally hundreds of phenomenally interesting top-drawer digital marketing conversations to join in or tune into. Brilliant. Luckily, 4 of them were recorded for posterity on the #SEOisAEO podcast!” –Jason Barnard, Keynote Speaker and Master of Ceremonies at Kalicube