We’re one month into 2016 already – where has the time gone? You may have made a resolution to expand your digital marketing knowledge and/or stay up on the latest trends and new technology, however, more often than not resolutions fall by the wayside. Don’t let that happen to you. One of the best ways to stay on top of the latest developments in marketing and continue learning is to attend a conference! That’s why we’ve made it easy for you to research some of the best conferences out there. We’ll pick a conference for each remaining month of the year, from February to June in this post. Click the links for more information or to get registered now.


Pubcon South Florida Interactive Marketing Association (SFIMA) Summit 2016, February 24th & 25th

Meet with the experts in sunshiny Fort Lauderdale, Florida to discuss the latest research and developments in local search, digital marketing, social media and more. Starting Wednesday, February 24th, the Pubcon SFIMA Summit will kick off with an optional training workshop with the main Summit taking place on Thursday, the 25th. Don’t miss the wide variety of sessions covering everything from Reputation Management to Alternative Social Advertising. Add to that a keynote delivered by Scott Stratten, the President of Un-Marketing, and you’ve got one conference you don’t want to miss. Get registered now, space is limited for this exciting opportunity.

SMX West, March 1st – 3rd

Looking for a good reason that’ll convince your boss to let you go to SMX West in San Jose, CA? Don’t worry, we’ve got 10 for you! From workshops to networking opportunities, to expert speakers and more, SMX West has it all. If you’re obsessed with search engine marketing, this is the right place for you. Incredible sessions, practical workshops, and a huge expo will help you to boost your rankings and master both SEO and SEM. With insights from top brands like Disney, Google, and Microsoft, following the conference on Social Media simply isn’t enough. Sign up for your All Access Pass now and don’t hesitate to throw in a workshop, you won’t regret it.

An Event Apart, April 4th – 6th

Even the best digital marketing won’t get you anywhere if your website is in the gutter. That’s why An Event Apart puts the focus on website design, an important and sometimes overlooked part of digital marketing. Learn about coding, usability, content and more so that you can set your website apart from the rest. Wondering if you’ve got the right background to attend this three-day conference in Seattle? Take into account that under half of attendees consider themselves “designers.” This experience is beneficial for all. Check out the registration info and get your pass today.

99U, May 5th & 6th

Ever have a great idea only to be distracted by your day to day work? While we all have great ideas, putting those ideas into action can be a struggle sometimes. That’s why 99U by Behance is here to help get inspired, but more importantly, it’ll teach you how to execute your great ideas. Hear from world-renowned creative visionaries and researchers while you network, learn, and party. Tickets are limited, and all attendees must apply for a spot at this creative conference – the sooner, the better!

Guided Selling Live! 2016, June 23rd

Having trouble turning those website visitors into actual customers? If so, then get your ticket today for the Guided Selling Live! Conference in New York. Every day there are new changes in online shopping and we as advertisers have to constantly adapt. Put your customers’ needs first and learn how to deliver user-friendly shopping experiences. You’ll hear from top industry experts so that you can stay on top of the trends. Don’t wait, sign up before February 29th and take advantage of special early bird pricing!

Stayed Tuned

That’s only half the year! Stayed tuned for more great conferences to attend in the second half of 2016. Whether you’ve got the budget for all of them or only just one, we promise you’ll walk away from any of these conferences excited to implement changes and with plenty of new information.