MU Speaker Spotlight: Jay Baer of Convince & Convert

March 30, 2016 Jeff Slutz

One of our favorite things about Jay: He’s a man of his word. Here’s what he said during his closing keynote at Marketing United.




We were blown away that he liked the conference so much he’d be willing to buy someone a ticket to attend this year. But the best part is that he totally backed it up.

And you know what? He’s not stopping there. He’s teaming up with us to send yet another lucky marketer and a guest to Marketing United on his own dime. Just head here to enter, and hopefully, win.

Tickets for Marketing United are nearly sold out! Register now and we’ll be sure to save you a seat.

If you’re not familiar with Jay, his marketing rap sheet is unmatched. He’s a hype-free, digital marketing pioneer who's consulted for more than 700 companies since 1994. He’s also the founder of Convince & Convert, a New York Times best selling author, and the world’s most retweeted person by digital marketers (mic drop).

So yes, asking Jay to come back for Marketing United 2016 was a no-brainer. And he’s bringing the goods, like he always does. He’ll reveal why the secret to creating more loyal customers and growing your business is to hug your haters, not ignore them. He’ll show us all how to do it, and we can't wait. Don't miss it!



About the Author

Jeff Slutz

Jeff is a senior content writer at Emma. When he’s not geeking out over email marketing, he enjoys jogging short distances, chowing down on Mom’s cooking, appreciating a beautiful jump shot, and telling anyone who listens how underrated Ohio is. Usually not at the same time.

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