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200+ Brilliant Content Marketing World Speakers (and Where to Find them on Twitter)

In the universe of content marketing, few events rival Content Marketing World currently happening Sept. 8-11 in Cleveland. The event is expected to host more than 3,500 attendees and to feature more than 120 hours of presentations, networking and entertainment.

As a quick introduction to the fascinating people you’ll meet along the way, we’ve pulled together a list of more than 220 featured speakers whose presentations will encourage you to think outside the box about your work. If you’re currently at the conference, give these folks a shoutout and let them (and the social world) know what you think about their talks.

1. Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler.

 

2. Carlos Abler, 3M Global eTransformation.

 

3. Jay Acunzo, NextView Ventures.

 

4. Mike Agron, WebAttract.

 

5. Ardath Albee, Marketing Interactions, Inc.

 

6. Jefferson Allen, The Standard Register Company.

 

7. Ian Altman, Grow My Revenue, LLC.

 

8. GerRee Anderson, Leopard.

 

9. Jay Baer, Convince & Convert.

 

10. Judd Bagley, Overstock.

 

11. Mike Barton, Adobe.

 

12. David Beebe, Marriott International.

 

13. Kathy Button Bell, Emerson.

 

14. Jessica Best, emfluence.

 

15. Lisa Bialecki, Rust-Oleum.

 

16. Jordana Borensztajn, Social Needia.

 

17. Bernie Borges, Find and Convert.

 

18. Andrew Bredenkamp, Acrolinx.

 

19. Melissa Breker, Content Strategy Incorporated.

 

20. Michael Brenner, NewsCred.

 

21. Scott Brinker, ion interactive.

 

22. David Brown, Meredith Xcelerated Marketing.

 

23. Ken Burke, MarketLive.

 

24. Maggie Burke,  EMC Corporation.

 

25. Jani Byrne, Ph.D., IBM Cloud division

 

26. Katie Caperton, HLN Digital.

 

27. Leslie Carruthers, The Search Guru.

 

28. Ruth Carter, Carter Law Firm.

 

29. Meghan Casey, Brain Traffic.

 

30. Rajiv Chandrasekaran, formerly of The Washington Post.

 

31. Kirk Cheyfitz, Story Worldwide.

 

32. Nick Christy, R2integrated.

 

33. Brian Clark, Copyblogger Media.

 

34. Marla Clark, Imagination.

 

35. Ian Cleary, RazorSocial.

 

36. Joanne Cleaver, American Society of Journalists and Authors.

 

37. John Cleese, Oscar-nominated actor.

 

38. Craig Coffey, Lincoln Electric Company.

 

39. Heidi Cohen, Actionable Marketing Guide.

 

40. Charles Cooper, The Rockley Group.

 

41. Sydni Craig-Hart, Smart Simple Marketing.

 

42. Katrina Craigwell, General Electric (GE).

 

43. Andy Crestodina, Orbit Media.

 

44. Linda Crowe, Brightcove.

 

45. Megan Cunningham, Magnet Media.

 

46. Todd Cywinski, Imagination.

 

47. Gina Czark, New York-Presbyterian Hospital.

 

48. Sarah Dale, The Wall Street Journal.

 

49. Andrew Davis, author.

 

50. Stoney deGeyter, Pole Position Marketing.

 

51. Juntae DeLane,  Digital DeLane.

 

52. Ryan Derrow, Empower MediaMarketing.

 

53. Pawan Deshpande, Curata.

 

54. Pam Didner, author.

 

55. Dustin Diehl, ethology.

 

56. Gini Dietrich, Arment Dietrich Inc.

 

57. Dusty DiMercurio, Autodesk.

 

58. Joakim Ditlev, Congtent Marketing DK.

 

59. John Dobbs, Gyro.

 

60. Seth Dotterer, Conductor Inc.

 

61. John Lee Dumas, EntrepreneurOnFire.

 

62. Marisa Edmund, Edmund Optics Inc.

 

63. James Ellis, TMP Worldwide.

 

64. Mike Feeley, AOL.

 

65. Barry Feldman, Feldman Creative.

 

66. Jethro Ferguson, Prodigious North America.

 

67. Rand Fishkin, Moz.

 

68. Julie Fleischer, The Kraft Heinz Company.

 

69. Darren Frei, Pace Communications.

 

70. Jim Gaines, Atlantic Re:think.

 

71. Georgia Galanoudis, Imprint.

 

72. Allen Gannett, TrackMaven.

 

73. Tom Gerace, Skyword.

 

74. Cleve Gibbon, Cognifide.

 

75. Bob Gilbreath, Ahalogy.

 

76. Vince Giorgi, Hanley Wood.

 

77. Deana Goldasich, Well Planned Web.

 

78. Ellen Gomes, Marketo.

 

79. Kylee Swenson Gordon, Autodesk and Line//Shape//Space.

 

80. Kathleen Gossman, EnVeritas Group.

 

81. Dominik Grau, Ebner Media Group.

 

82. Jaelithe Guillette, Precor.

 

83. Joey Hall, EnVeritas Group.

 

84. Kristina Halvorson, Brain Traffic.

 

85. Chris Hanaway, Scotts.

 

86. Ann Handley, MarketingProfs.

 

87. Andrew Hanelly, Manifest.

 

88. Matt Heinz, Heinz Marketing.

 

89. David Held, Border States Electric.

 

90. Jeff Herrmann, Fathom.

 

91. Peter Herrnreiter, Imagination.

 

92. Chuck Hester, Chuck Hester Enterprises.

 

93. Carlos Hidalgo, ANNUITAS.

 

94. Amy Higgins, Zendesk.

 

95. Kevin Hope, MeritDirect.

 

96. Anna Hrach, ethology.

 

97. AJ Huisman, Kennedy Van der Laan.

 

98. John F. Hunt, Smead Manufacturing.

 

99. Morgan Hurley, Aon Fire Protection Engineering.

 

100. Heather Hurst, Workfront.

 

101. Shafqat Islam, NewsCred.

 

102. John Jantsch, author.

 

103. Anne Janzer, author.

 

104. Mitch Joel, Twist Image.

 

105. Carla Johnson, Type A Communications.

 

106. Gary Johnson, MSP Communications.

 

107. Sachin Kamdar, Parse.ly.

 

108. Brian Kardon, Lattice-Engines.

 

109. David Kelly, The eLearning Guild.

 

110. Dawn-Marie Kerper, Leopard.

 

111. Doug Kessler, Velocity Partners.

 

112. Michelle Kessler, Qualcomm.

 

113. Randy Kobat, vAuto.

 

114. Peter Kornberg, Manifest.

 

115. Jonathan Kranz, Kranz Communications.

 

116. Arnie Kuenn, Vertical Measures.

 

117. Ahava Leibtag, Aha Media Group.

 

118. Sarah Leitz-Compagnoni, LLamasoft Inc.

 

119. Kristin Letourneau, Ph.D., Penton

 

120. Justin Levy, Citrix.

 

121. Rebecca Lieb, Altimeter Group.

 

122. Gary Lipkowitz, GoAnimate.

 

123. Larissa Livingston, Scotts.

 

124. Jacquie Loch, St. Joseph Communications.

 

125. Peter Loibl, Content Marketing Institute.

 

126. Gloria Loree, Destination Canada.

 

127. Kevin Lund, T3 Publishing.

 

128. Jenny Magic, Raise Your Hand Texas.

 

129. Sheri Malmgren, SunTrust.

 

130. Michael Marquis, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products, Inc.

 

131. Cindy Marshall, SHINE Strategy.

 

132. Tom Martin, Converse Digital.

 

133. Chris Matt, Imagination.

 

134. Scott McCafferty, WTWH Media, LLC.

 

135. Jenn McClain-De Jong, The Limited.

 

136. Clare McDermott, SoloPortfolio.

 

137. Loren McDonald, Silverpop, an IBM Company.

 

138. Bruce McDuffee, Knowledge Marketing for Industry (KMI).

 

139. Cathy McPhillips, Content Marketing Institute.

 

140. Mickey Mencin, Hyland.

 

141. Andrew Milk, Taboola.

 

142. Jason Miller, LinkedIn Marketing Solutions.

 

143. Luke Miller, TechSmith Corporation.

 

144. Duncan Milne, Rodale Grow.

 

145. Sarah Mitchell, Lush Digital Media.

 

146. James Moat,  Avery Dennison.

 

147. Erin Monday, Lenovo.

 

148. Chris Moody, Oracle Marketing Cloud.

 

149. Pamela Muldoon, Content Marketing Institute.

 

150. Sarah Nabors, Pace.

 

151. Rick Neiman, Avery Dennison.

 

152. Kevin P Nichols, author.

 

153. Lee Odden, TopRank Online Marketing.

 

154. Nick Offerman, actor.

 

155. Brian O’Leary, Magellan Media.

 

156. Matt Osias, studioD.

 

157. Matthew Patrick, Theorist Inc.

 

158. J.D. Peterson, Scripted.

 

159. Courtney Pierce, Attend.

 

160. Ben Plomion, GumGum.

 

161. Chad Pollitt, Relevance.

 

162. Joe Pulizzi, Content Marketing Institute.

 

163. Adele Revella, Buyer Persona Institute.

 

164. Juliette Reynolds, Pace.

 

165. Katie Riddle, Pace.

 

166. Tim Riesterer, Corporate Visions.

 

167. Erin Robbins O’Brien, GinzaMetrics.

 

168. Francine Roberts, PHH Corporation.

 

169. Claire Robinson, Forbes Media.

 

170. Ann Rockley, The Rockley Group.

 

171. Isaac Rodriguez, The Provident Loan Society.

 

172. Paul Roetzer, PR 20/20.

 

173. Jeff Rohrs, Yext.

 

174. Robert Rose, Content Marketing Institute.

 

175. Sam Rosen, The Atlantic.

 

176. Arestia Rosenberg, The Daily Beast.

 

177. Jeannine Rossignol, Xerox Corporation.

 

178. Bo Sacks, Precision Media Group.

 

179. Igor Savič, PM.

 

180. Buddy Scalera, The Medicines Company.

 

181. Nenad Senic, poslovni mediji.

 

182. Umang Shah, the Campbell Soup Company.

 

183. Eric Shanfelt, eMedia Strategist.

 

184. Marcus Sheridan, The Sales Lion.

 

185. Nicole Sherrod, TD Ameritrade.

 

186. Rick Short, Indium Corporation.

 

187. Sam Slaughter, Contently.

 

188. Tracy Smith, Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield.

 

189. Zeph Snapp, Altura Interactive.

 

190. Shane Snow, Contently.

 

191. Kevin Sparkman, FusionSpark Media Inc.

 

192. Russell Sparkman, FusionSpark Media, Inc.

 

193. Stephan Spencer, ScienceOfSEO.com.

 

194. Jon Stahl, LeanDog.

 

195. Michael Stelzner, Social Media Examiner.

 

196. Ruth P Stevens, eMarketing Strategy.

 

197. Karianne Stinson, Priceline.com.

 

198. Scott Stratten, UnMarketing.

 

199. Robert Strohmeyer, Demandbase.

 

200. Jeff Sutton, Advance Digital.

 

201. Mathew Sweezey, Salesforce.

 

202. Val Swisher, author.

 

203. Gabrielle Szymanski, WSJ Custom Studios.

 

204. Mark Tennant, podcast host.

 

205. Amanda Todorovich, Cleveland Clinic.

 

206. Christoph Trappe, MedTouch.

 

207. Kristie VanAuken, Akron-Canton Airport.

 

208. John von Brachel, Bank of America.

 

209. Aubrae Wagner, EnVeritas Group.

 

210. Monina Wagner, Content Marketing Institute.

 

211. Brad Walters, Lowe’s Home Improvement.

 

212. Tim Washer, Cisco Systems.

 

213. Scotty Watson, The Provident Loan Society of New York.

 

214. Claire Webb, studioD.

 

215. Tom Webster, Edison Research.

 

216. Todd Wheatland, King Content.

 

217. Denis Wilson, Publishing Executive.

 

218. Mark Wilson, BlackBerry.

 

219. Adam Witty, Advantage Media Group.

 

220. Steve Wright, IBM.

 

221. Travis Wright, CCP Global.

 

222. Jon Wuebben, Content Launch.

 

223. Kolby Yarnell, Adweek BrandShare.

 

224. Felicia Yukich, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

Make sure to come visit us at booth 82 to talk to us about content creation and enter a chance to win your own pair of custom designed Nikes! Nate Birt is a multimedia journalist, social media enthusiast and copy editor with experience at a variety of print and digital publications, and a Contributing Editor at Visually. Follow him on Twitter at @natebirt.

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