UPDATE: The video recording of Harry Gold’s Quick-Start Marketing Automation is now live! This presentation is ideal for individual and company-wide viewing for both marketers who are just beginning their marketing automation education and those who want to expand their current knowledge of the process. We encourage you to share the video with your friends, colleagues and social connections. You can watch the hour-long webinar below, or view it on Overdrive Interactive’s YouTube channel, at: http://youtu.be/gXPPtcPcg6E.
Overdrive Interactive invites you to register now to join Founding CEO Harry J. Gold on April 21 for a free webinar about Quick-Start Marketing Automation: Planning and Launching Nurture Campaigns Now! Whether your company is already engaged in the early stages of marketing automation or is merely considering acquiring an enterprise marketing automation system, this webinar is a must. In just one hour, Harry will teach you how to quickly launch marketing automation nurture campaigns without wasting time overthinking the process.
Webinar attendees will learn about:
- The possible ROI of great email nurture programs
- The components of marketing automation campaigns that go beyond email
- How to visualize and plan triggered events and nurture programs
- Tips and best practices to boost ROI
- Blending email nurture campaigns with customized site calls-to-action and media-based retargeting
About the Presenter
Harry Gold is the Founding CEO of Overdrive Interactive, an award-winning Boston-based digital marketing firm. Under Harry’s leadership, Overdrive has served top companies such as Harley-Davidson, Samsonite, EMC, GE, IBM, Dow Jones, John Hancock, AAA, Philips and AT&T. Harry’s primary mission is to create innovative online marketing programs and to share the strategies and tactics behind those programs with Overdrive’s clients and the world. If you would like to contact Harry about a speaking opportunity, his contact information can be found on our website, at: https://www.ovrdrv.com/harry-gold-speaking.