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1505 Barrington St

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How To Take Your Content Distribution Efforts To The Next Level!

When: July 5th, 2017 - 12PM to 1PM
Where: Volta Labs - Main Event Space - 7th Floor of the Maritime Centre (1505 Barrington St)
Lunch will be provided!

For years, marketers have been screaming at the rooftops that "Content Is King" and that everyone needs to create more great content. All of this hype about creating great content has resulted in industries filled with noise and marketers forgetting about distribution. As a result, lots of great content is getting lost in the noise and not being seen, consumed or shared. In this presentation, I'm going to dive deep into the importance of content distribution and a handful of distribution tactics that startups & brands can use to help spread their content more effectively.

About Ross:

Ross Simmonds is a digital strategist and entrepreneur with a passion for technology and communications. He has spent the last seven years working in digital marketing through his company Foundation Marketing and has had the chance to work with brands ranging from Fortune 500 companies to startups. Ross is the co-founder of a Social Media Management service called Crate, the e-commerce site Hustle & Grind and has been published in Forbes, Huffington Post, Venture Beat, The Globe & Mail and more. Ross works with clients on a regular basis to leverage content to drive meaningful results for their brands while doing the same with his own companies. In 2016, Ross was named by Mashable as one of the top 5 Snapchat Marketers worth following and is a firm believer in practicing what you preach.

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