Brafton is attending ClickZ Live in New York March 30 - April 1 to discuss digital marketing updates in 2015.

Brafton will be at ClickZ Live New York this March 30 through April 1 to discuss content marketing strategies and how they fit into businesses’ online strategies. The three-day conference and expo will be held at the New York Marriott Marquis.

Brafton's team at last year's ClickZ Live event

Brafton’s team at last year’s ClickZ Live event

Billed as the conference designed “by digital marketers for digital marketers,” this year’s ClickZ Live event will host over 60 leading brands and agencies that are sharing strategic tips and tricks for highly successful online campaigns. There will be sessions over the course of the two-day conference that cover data-driven marketing, content marketing strategies, next generation search and a Learn with Google Track.

In addition to presentations from Hilton, The Home Depot and ABC News, the conference is holding two keynote speeches:

  • The Coca-Cola Company’s Tim Goudie, who will present on Sustainability, Storytelling and Social media

  • The White House’s Leigh Heyman, who is sharing information on Digital Innovation at the White House.

Brafton’s team will be also be in attendance to talk about how to build content marketing strategies that fuel SEO and goals across the sales funnel – engagement, lead generation and thought leadership.

Join Tim Lozeau and Jordan Acevedo at table #11 to learn about competitive content marketing strategies to drive measurable results online.

Elements_LtBlue_Arrow7Will you be at ClickZ Live NY? Tweet @Brafton and let us know so we can meet up and chat. If you’re not going, follow along with us on Twitter for updates and photos from the event.

And for more from the event, check out our past coverage from ClickZ Live: 

Lauren Kaye is a Marketing Editor at Brafton Inc. She studied creative and technical writing at Virginia Tech before pursuing the digital frontier and finding content marketing was the best place to put her passions to work. Lauren also writes creative short fiction, hikes in New England and appreciates a good book recommendation.