Celebrate Our Latest Keynote Announcement with Five Free Sessions


Today, we via announced our first five keynotes for NMX 2014 this January in Las Vegas. We’re honored to welcome to the stage Scott Stratten, Lynette Young, Lee Odden, Julien Smith, and Amy Porterfield, who will all be giving mini-keynote talks at NMX 2014. Trust me when I say that you don’t want to miss these speakers on stage. Register now!

Also, we’re giving away some free session recordings to celebrate (find out more here).

Here’s a little more about each of our five keynoters:

scott stratten Scott Stratten always brings lots of energy to our stage. People are still talking about his keynote in 2010, and we know he’s going to deliver something even better in 2014. If you don’t follow Scott on Twitter already, you can do so at @unmarketing (and we highly recommend it).Read Scott’s full bio >
lynetteyoungpic002 Lynette Young is known for being a strong female presence even on male-dominated social networks like Google+. What she has to say is relevant for both men and women. You definitely don’t want to miss her on the keynote stage in 2014.Read Lynette’s full bio >
lee odden If you haven’t seen Lee speak before, you’re in for a treat. He’s the founder of TopRank Online Marketing, and frequently writes on the TopRank Blog, and his sessions at NMX are always among our most well-reviewed. We’re honored to have him coming to our keynote stage in 2014.Read Lee’s full bio >
julien smith When talking about Julien Smith, it might be easier to tell you what this guy hasn’t done! He’s the CEO of Breather, the author of several books (including Trust Agents, which he wrote with Chris Brogan, a blogger, and more. We can’t wait to bring him to our 2014 keynote stage.Read Julien’s full bio >
amy porterfield Last but certainly not least, we’re proud to announce that Amy Porterfield will be coming to the NMX 2014 keynote stage. There’s nothing this girl can’t do! She’s the co-author of Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies, host of the top-rated Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast, a consultant for companies like Harley-Davidson, and more.Read Amy’s full bio >

Welcome to our first group of NMX 2014 keynote speakers!

Giveaway Alert!

As I mentioned above, we’re also giving away some free sessions to celebrate our first NMX 2014 keynote announcement. If you act now, you’ll get session recordings from Scott, Lynette, Lee, Julien, and Amy–completely free, no purchase necessary!

Get your free sessions here >

NMX 2014 Ticket Prices are Soon Going Up

Lastly, I did want to mention that this month, our ticket prices jump, so if you’re planning to come to NMX 2014, now is a great time to register. Take a moment to secure your seat at the show now so you don’t miss Scott, Lynette, Lee, Julien, and Amy and all of our awesome speakers live on the NMX stage.

Please tell us how to reach you and we will notify you as soon as registration opens
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Comments

  1. Saline Mageoux says:

    Are these true keynotes or those mini keynotes things? Are they taking the main stage?

    • Allison Boyer says:

      We have several different things that fall into the “keynote” category at NMX :)

      First, we have these mini-keynotes. They are on the main keynote stage, and have several people (2-3) sharing one keynote time slot. So, for one morning, we might have Scott, Amy, and Lee speaking as the morning keynote. (Still working on dates/times/pairing people up, that is just an example). So they’ll each speak for 15-30 minutes.

      Then we have full keynotes, where one person speaks for the full keynote time (usually an hour).

      Then we have “super sessions,” which are like track keynotes. So, there would be a blogging super session going on at the same time as a podcasting super session for example, but nothing else going on in the blogging track at the same time. They aren’t on the main keynote stage, but rather the largest breakout rooms.

      Hope that answers your question!