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Best Marketing Conferences 2013 Has In Store: InternetIncomeUniversity.com

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- There are many great marketing conferences 2013 has in store. These conferences are excellent places for experts in the field of marketing to share their expertise and learn new skills and methods. There are dozens of different types of marketing that are being used nowadays. These different marketing methods each have people that are dedicated to knowing all that there is to know about how to utilize these methods to the fullest. For the new marketer, attending a marketing conference can be a way for them to learn new things, gain insight and get motivated and inspired by the other people in their field of marketing.

Those involved in the world of marketing will want to keep a look out for some of these upcoming marketing conferences 2013 has in store –

February Marketing Conferences –

  • February 5 – 7 Social Media Strategies Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada
  • February 11 – 13 Online Marketing Summit in San Diego, California
  • February 19 – 22 Marketing Sherpa E-Mail Summit In Las Vegas, Nevada

March Marketing Conferences –

  • March 8 – 12 SXSW Interactive in Austin, Texas
  • March 25 – 28 Search Engine Strategies in New York, New York

April Marketing Conferences –

  • April 3 – 4 Inbound Marketing Summit in New York, New York
  • April 9 – 10 Ad:Tech Digital Marketing Conference in San Francisco, California
  • April 15 – 16 DemandCon in San Francisco, California
  • April 18 – 19 Forrester Forum For Marketing Leadership in Los Angeles, California
  • April 22 – 23 B2B Content2Conversion in New York, New York
  • April 23 – 24 iStrategy Global Digital & Social Media Conference in Miami, Florida

May Marketing Conferences –

  • May 8 – 10 Sirius Decisions 2013 in San Diego, California
  • May 29 – 31 Business Marketing Association in Chicago, Illinois

June Marketing Conferences –

  • June 3 – 5 Confab Content Strategy Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota

September Marketing Conferences –

  • September 9 – 12 Content Marketing World 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio
  • September 16 – 17 Brand Manage Camp in Las Vegas, Nevada

October Marketing Conferences –

  • October 3 – 6 ANA: Master Of Marketing Conference In Phoenix, Arizona
  • October 10 – 11 MarketingProfs B2B Marketing Forum in Boston, Massachusetts
  • October 12 – 17 Direct Marketing Association in Chicago, Illinois
  • October 15 – 16 Pivot Conference in New York, New York

These are only a few of the highly recommended marketing conferences 2013 has in store. There are many other important conferences and forums that new and old marketers might want to attend or look into. Doing a little research on the different types of marketing will enable new marketers to attend the conferences that could best help them in their particular marketing niche.

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