The 2012 Marketo User Summit [Infographic]


Posted: May 18, 2012 | B2B Marketing, Infographic

The 3rd annual Marketo Summit kicks off next week here in San Francisco, and we are so excited for this year’s lineup. We created this killer infographic that breaks down the event schedule and highlights what will be our biggest and best summit to date. Over 1200 people from 500 plus companies are coming together to increase their skills and learn new strategies around all areas of B2B marketing.

If you have not registered, there’s still time to do so. You can follow the Marketo Summit on Twitter using the hashtag #mus12 and be sure to stay tuned to our blog for live updates starting on Wednesday. A special thanks to all of our speakers and sponsors, we will see you all next week!

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    A good printable PDF of this would be great!

Jason Miller is Senior Manager of Content Marketing at LinkedIn. Previously, Jason was Senior Manager of Social Media at Marketo and focused on optimizing social for lead generation and driving revenue. He is a regular contributor to leading marketing blogs such as Social Media Examiner, Social Media Today, and Marketing Profs.

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