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ReelSEO Announces Call for Speakers for 2014 Reel Video Summit

ReelSEO today announced a “Call for Speakers” for the 2014 Reel Video Summit, which will be held July 24-25 at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco. ReelSummit is the pre-eminent West Coast event where professional video marketers and brands gather to collaborate, learn from, and inspire each other.

Mark Robertson (left), Founder and Publisher of ReelSEO.com, is interviewed by Greg Jarboe, author o ...

Mark Robertson (left), Founder and Publisher of ReelSEO.com, is interviewed by Greg Jarboe, author of YouTube and Video Marketing: An Hour a Day and a contributor to ReelSEO. (Photo: Business Wire)

The 2014 Reel Video Summit is where marketers, storytellers, and retailers gather to get serious about online video. Bonfire Labs, a Creative Content Agency and one of this year’s event sponsors, created the event promo video entitled, “The History of Video Marketing Part 1: Revolution.” The sequel, which will be shared with attendees at the opening of the summit and will set the tone for the two day event, is currently under development with Bonfire entitled, “The History of Video Marketing, Part 2: Evolution.”

ReelSummit is organized by Mark Robertson, Founder and Publisher of ReelSEO.com, the leading information resource dedicated to the growth and fusion of the digital video, technology, social media, search and internet marketing. He said, “Speakers from leading service providers, brands and digital marketing agencies are lining up to participate in the Summit, but most importantly, we look forward to adding some savvy video marketers who didn’t speak at last year’s premiere event join us this year!”

Robertson added, “For 2014, we’re expanding to a two-day summit, which will feature insights from the foremost influencers in video marketing, video advertising, and video analytics/results. If you are an expert video marketer and are interested in being considered for a speaking opportunity, please fill out the form on the Video Summit Speaking Opportunities page by this Sunday, May 18th!”

Greg Jarboe, author of YouTube and Video Marketing: An Hour a Day and a contributor to ReelSEO, said, “We realize that this is very short notice, but we’re looking for a few select speakers who can discuss and present examples as well as data from actual video marketing campaigns for large businesses and brands. Preference will be given to those with direct, first-hand knowledge and experience with video content creation, marketing or advertising for a large business or brand.”

Jarboe added, “Do you have an idea for a panel session, or presentation? If you’d like to be considered as a speaker or have a session idea, please fill in the form on the speaker’s page. Speakers who are accepted will receive a full, complimentary registration to the main summit (training workshops excluded), a $1,295 value, plus prime exposure amongst peers in the industry.”

Suzie Reider, Director of Media Solutions at Google, and Director Global Industry Development at YouTube, was the opening keynote speaker for ReelSEO’s 2013 Video Marketing Summit. Jim Louderback, CEO of Revision3, was the luncheon keynote speaker at last year’s event.

About ReelSEO

ReelSEO.com is The Online Video Marketer's Guide – The world’s leading resource for news, analysis, tips and trends for the online video and internet marketing industries. Its videologists and columnists offer expert advice, guidance, and commentary about the world of online video in an effort to guide internet marketers and video content producers towards best practices and online video services that suit their needs. Its goal is to help evangelize for the industry, collect and disseminate best practices, and learn a little bit while doing it.

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