Digital advertising accounts for half of the world’s total media ad spend. And, according to eMarketer, worldwide digital ad spend is expected to reach $517.51 billion by 2023.
Despite this ballooning investment, marketers struggle to see a consistent return. And when they do see results, they’re often hard to measure and replicate.
Now more than ever, with shifting work and personal habits, and many of us spending more time at home and online, it’s time to rethink digital advertising.
An all-star speaker line up is ready to show you how. Register for RevGrowth: Digital Advertising on December 10. Trust me, you don’t want to miss it.
Keep reading for a first look at some of our speakers 👀
Lindsay Peoples Wagner, Editor-in-Chief, Teen Vogue
Linsday Peoples Wagner was made for 2020. As a young, Black, female editor-in-chief, Wagner’s position as Teen Vogue’s EIC makes her uniquely suited to this moment. For starters, she heads up a digital-first mag, which went fully online in 2017 – well ahead of the COVID digital curve.
Lindsay speaks and markets to an audience composed of Gen Zers – a group with purchasing power approaching $140 billion. And she’s a prominent voice for diversity and inclusion in the predominantly white fashion industry as the co-founder of the Black in Fashion Council.
At RevGrowth, Lindsay shares her personal and professional experiences, branding savvy, and leadership expertise. Register to hear her speak now.
Nick Tran, Head of Global Marketing, TikTok
What do TikTok, Hulu, and RevGrowth have in common 🤔
He’s currently TikTok’s Head of Global Marketing where he leads brand strategy, media and advertising, social media, brand partnerships, and more. And he previously served as VP of Brand and Marketing Cultures at Hulu.
Steven Bartlett, CEO, Social Chain
Steven Bartlett is the 27-year-old founder and CEO of Social Chain, one of the largest publicly listed social marketing agencies and media publishers in the world. His firm leverages owned media, technology, and insights to build brands that earn a meaningful share of people’s lives.
And those brands include names like Apple, Amazon, and Coca-Cola. Not too shabby.
Register to hear Steven speak only at RevGrowth and walk away with his award-winning social strategies.
Goldie Chan, Strategist and Writer
Goldie Chan, aka the Oprah of LinkedIn, is a social media expert, strategist, and writer named the “Oprah of LinkedIn” by Huffington Post. Her agency, Warm Robots, is behind Adobe’s social media strategy, and she’s an expert on personal branding and storytelling in the digital age. Something we could all use a little help with right now.
If you’re ready to boost your own storytelling powers and bump up your personal brand register to hear Goldie speak at RevGrowth here.
Billy Gene, CEO, Billy Gene is Marketing
Billy Gene Is Marketing doesn’t just describe the man, it’s also the name of his top-ranked agency and educational hub. Because when it comes to digital advertising and customer acquisition, you can’t beat Billy Gene. His own ads have been viewed 700 million times across Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube!
Billy Gene teaches his students how to turn clicks into customers. And that’s the lesson he’s bringing to you at RevGrowth on December 10. Register to hear Billy speak here.