What’s The Future Of Twitter? Hear From 5 Of The Top Minds In Social Media To Find Out

Industry experts are saying that Twitter is on track to earn up to $1 billion in ad revenue by the end of 2013. It’s become the go-to network of choice for TV shows looking to engage their audience on the second screen, non-profits seeking donations, and local businesses who want to build relationships with their communities. But what does all this mean for you?

Join us during the June 4th AllTwitter Marketing Conference‘s keynote panel to hear from some of the top minds in the Twitter community about where the network is headed, so you can be well ahead of the curve. And even if you can’t make it in person, be sure to tune into our #AllTwitterConf hashtag between 9-9:45am PT to follow along!

Opening up the one-day Twitter marketing conference is a stellar panel of Twitter experts who will discuss the future of Twitter, and how this will impact brands, marketers and businesses.

The keynote panel entitled “From Social Network To Media Giant – What Is The Future Of Twitter?” features five pros from marketing, data, and digital media.

You’ll hear from Rob Bailey (@RBM), CEO of DataSift, the world’s most advanced enterprise social data platform company; Jamie de Guerre (@jamiedg), VP Product at Topsy, and sought-after real-time data analysis and big data processing speaker; Joe Doran (@rallyverse), CEO and founder of Rallyverse, and an active investor and advisor to a number of social and advertising companies; Steve Gaither (@JBChiMarketing), CEO and founder of JB Chicago, a do-it-all marketing agency that provides integrated marketing, communications, creative and online solutions from a holistic approach; and Adam Schoenfeld (@simplymeasured), co-founder and CEO of Simply Measured, and creator of industry-leading reports on Facebook, Twitter and the state of social media.

I am lucky enough to be moderating this panel, and I expect it will be enlightening. Some of the topics we’ll cover include:

  • Twitter’s major competitors, and how they could rock the boat.
  • Whether Twitter’s advertising platform is really as “cool” as CEO Dick Costolo promised.
  • When we should expect a Twitter IPO, and what it will look like.
  • Where Twitter will be a year from now… five years from now… and even ten years from now.

Following this keynote panel is a slew of top-tier speakers discussing everything from the top tools that every business should be using to how Twitter has changed the sports and entertainment industry. It’s a conference not to be missed.

You can find the full conference details on the AllTwitter Marketing Conference site, and as I mentioned above, be sure to tune into the #AllTwitterConf hashtag – whether you’ll be with us or halfway around the world – and subscribe to the list of speakers for a vibrant discussion of what Twitter is, and how it’s changing everything.

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