October 25, 2018
Simplify Your IT
Denver Biz Tech Expo
Mile High Stadium
9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Ask A Marketer Anything
Presented by Erik Wolf & Greg Bond
9:30am – 11:00am
How can I get ahead on Google? Why isn’t my email marketing working like I think it should? How can my business get more web leads? Why don’t I have more traffic? Is Shopify better than WooCommerce? What in the name of all that’s holy should I be doing on Snapchat?
Every business owner/manager has questions about digital marketing: what they should be doing, why it will help them, where they should focus time and money, when is the time to invest, who they should look to for help, how they can measure results…
We have great news:
DBTE’s spring showcase is giving you the opportunity to ask ANY QUESTION YOU LIKE, live and in-person to digital marketers with decades of experience. Join us from 10-11:30am on April 17th when we lock estound’s Greg Bond and Erik Wolf in a room and force them to tell you anything and everything you want to know about websites and digital media.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to book (free) private 1-1 sessions to dive into more detail.
Meet your Marketing Experts
About Erik Wolf
Erik Wolf loves efficiency. He can cook a 30 minute meal in just 16 and he can run a five minute mile faster than you can. So with well over a quarter century of experience in website development and online marketing gathered over the last 20 years, Erik thought, “Why not make marketing more efficient too?”
As the founder of the digital marketing agency estound, he is known as a trailblazer in the realm of small business sales and marketing automation. He has been featured by NYTimes.com, The Huffington Post, and Entrepreneur magazine and has presented at SXSW, Ignite Denver, Digital Atlanta, WordCamp Chicago, and many other events not named for the cities they were held in.
About Greg Bond
Greg Bond likes numbers more than most people (both interpretations are correct). Since marketing is really just a game of numbers, and since most people don’t like numbers, his job security is more or less guaranteed as long as he can get numbers to go to their appropriate spots. Just ask to see his CV of accomplishments if you’d like evidence of his mastery.
As COO at estound, he’s been around the block a few times. After creating his first website when he was 12 and first computer when he was 14, his mouse and keyboard skills coupled with an unnatural ability to stare at a screen for the majority of the day keeps his mortgage paid and his family well fed. Sidekicking with estound’s founder Erik at many of his events, Greg provides uncompromising validation or criticism depending on whatever is necessary