You can attend ClickZ Live New York the old-fashioned way, by purchasing a ticket. Or you can come the fun way, by winning a platinum pass in our social contest.
ClickZ Live New York is just under a month away and we know you’d like to be there. After seeing our previews, such as the video with Seth Godin or the Q+A with GoDaddy’s Phil Bienert, how could you not? (If that’s not enough to entice you, we’ve got another Q+A coming soon, one that will give you some insight about Chobani’s “DNNA.”)
You can buy tickets to the event here. Or! You can win one on social, which will be far more fun.
Over the next two weeks, we’re going to pose six questions on Facebook and Twitter. They’ll be industry insights, open-ended questions along the lines of “What is the most accurate way to measure your digital marketing’s ROI?”
To enter, all you have to do is answer, either by tweeting us back or commenting on Facebook. Those with the best answers win the prize: a platinum pass to ClickZ Live New York, which gets you into both days of the conference, as well as all networking events.
- You must be a U.S. resident. It’s fine if you’re not a New York resident, though travel and accommodations aren’t included.
- You can’t already be registered for the conference.
- You can’t be a spammer – one answer per question.
- You can’t work at ClickZ, Search Engine Watch or Contentive, or be related to any of us.
- You can’t transfer a winning ticket over to a future event, though you can pass it onto a colleague, in the event that you can’t make it.
The content starts tomorrow and ends March 31 at 11:59 p.m. All winners will be notified of their special status on Friday, April 1.
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