mesh 2012: The future of marketing (liveblog)

Posted May 23, 2012 by David Silverberg
Live from digital media conference mesh in Toronto, Digital Journal liveblogs an informative session on the future of marketing and how content creation has made publishers out of everyone.
Attendees at a meshU session learning from a presenter
Attendees at a meshU session learning from a presenter
Courtesy mesh
Led by Brian Halligan, co-founder of HubSpot, this talk looks at where corporate media are heading and how the gatekeepers to publishing have long since crumbled. What does this mean for marketing? How can businesses leverage this new marketing model?
Starting on Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. ET, Digital Journal will liveblog this discussion from mesh and anyone can join the liveblog to follow the action, comment and ask questions. It's easy to join, just click on the PLAY button on the liveblog below.
Note the liveblog will be available after the session so you can check out what was discussed by Halligan.
We will also keep readers updated on the session by live-tweeting key takeaways at @DigitalJournal using the hashtag #mesh12.
Look for more liveblogs and coverage of mesh12 throughout the week.