Twitter discussion that runs on Tuesdays at 5pm GMT - Hosted by Kirk Williams @PPCKirk
Q1 POLL - What (for you) is most important about PPC Conferences? Please discuss opinions, or include Other ideas in the response. Options: Food/Amenities, Speakers, Networking, Location
Q2 When attending a conference, what percentages would you assign to each of these (try to get to 100% ;) :
> Be inspired
> Gain specific, actionable takeaways.
Q3 As attendees: What is the biggest deterrent for (not) going to a PPC conference? What makes you avoid a conference? Or perhaps, why haven’t
you gone to one yet?
Q4 We have a lot of speakers in #PPCChat. As a PPC Conference Speaker, what is a piece of advice you have for someone who wants to speak at a conference someday?
Q5 What is the top thing you think many/most/all PPC speakers need to level-up their presentations? Is their a common weakness we can all grow in?
Q6 Do you prefer keynote or breakout sessions? Why?
Q7 Do you see value offered by a conference that cannot be achieved in a single day webinar event?
and/or…. Do you think conference days are numbered, or will there always be value in in-person events such as PPC Conferences?
Q8 What is conference SWAG that ACTUALLY caused you to remember the brand, or be more emotionally attached to the brand?
Q9 Aside from SWAG, do you legitimately get benefit from vendor booths at conferences? If not, are there outside the box ways you can think of for vendors to invest in and engage at a conference that goes beyond
Q10 Would you rather pay *more* to attend a conference in a “vacation” city far away, or pay *less* to have a conference near you but where you’re still more in “work-mode”? Discuss…
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