The New Jersey Digital Marketing Conference (NJDMC) was back and bigger than ever for its second year. On Friday, July 20, hundreds of industry experts gathered at Bell Works in Holmdel, NJ for a jam-packed, ‘80s themed day of networking and education. With a rich history of technological innovation and a creative, welcoming atmosphere, Bell Works was the perfect pick for our venue.

Marketers from all over the tri-state area filed into the Bell Works atrium for an incredible turnout of 250 attendees. With so many industry experts in one space, it’s no surprise that everyone left with dozens of new business connections and inspiration and expertise for their new digital marketing endeavors. Amid a lively atmosphere with delicious Jersey Shore bagels, a rockin’ playlist of ‘80s hits, and awesome VR technology demonstrations, it was easy for everyone to make new marketing allies. 

Speakers from Google, Unbounce, Hooch, and Jason Swenk, Inc. covered a range of trending industry topics from creating dynamic landing pages to the use of blockchain and messenger bots in marketing. Q&A sessions followed each presentation, allowing conference attendees to dig deep into the various subjects, learning tips and tricks they could implement in their own marketing strategies. In an ever-changing digital landscape, it is increasingly important to stay up-to-date on cutting-edge digital strategies. Learning from others’ experiences is a priceless opportunity, that not only allows like-minded thought leaders to forge connections with one another, but also gives marketing experts a chance to help one another in a competitive field. 

We would like to thank our sponsors, Jersey Shore Women in Tech, CVPNJ, Cowerks, AMANJ, Bell Works, Women’s Center for Entrepreneurship Corporation, All Things Media, and NJSBDC for their continued support of our agency. With the help of these partners, we were able to make this event even bigger than last year, and our plans for NJDMC 2019 are already underway. 

Take a look at our recap video to see what you missed–and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter so you don’t miss out next year!