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10 Deep Insights via 140 Characters from Dreamforce 2013 #ContentMarketing

downloadOver 120,000 people, industry and thought leaders alike, headed to San Francisco this week to attend Dreamforce 2013, the largest vendor driven technology conference in the world. Among these attendees were content marketing connoisseurs, including our very own Pawan Deshpande and Michael Gerard. During the week, many of these forward thinkers took to Twitter show their allegiance (and know-how!) in content marketing.

Here are ten great Tweets on content from Dreamforce. To see more conversations about the conference search #DF13

1. @hartlecp “Without an audience, your content is just a tree falling in the woods that no one hears.” – @jkrohrs #df13 #df13marketing #contentmarketing Click to Tweet

2. @DG_Report Misconception about content is that the promo effort ends once it’s posted  @stein_nick #DF13 Click to Tweet

3. @Vocus “We try to be too clever, creating content and stories for the media rather than the media’s audience.” – @cspenn #DF13 Click to Tweet

4. @Eloqua #df13 Every company is a customer company. Never forget that behind every device and every tweet is a customer. – @benioff  Click to Tweet

5. @ValaAfshar Converged content (paid, owned, earned) must map to sales funnel and be delivered across multi channel. #DF13 #CMO Click to Tweet

6. @AmyHatDell Content in king. If you are only measuring $ spent you are missing more than half the story. #DF13 Click to Tweet

7. @kyleplacy Integrated experiences are about being seamless with both content and technology #df13 @scottdorsey Click to Tweet

8. @katieburkie @mvolpe at #DF13 “create remarkable content: be the most-read publication for your industry and think like a media company.” Click to Tweet

9. ‏@danielwje “Content is what brings all digital marketing interactions together.” @smccorkle #df13” Click to Tweet

10. @GoToMeeting “The only sustainable content strategy is to think of core human things that inspire people to share,” says @peretti #DF13 Click to Tweet

See any other great content marketing Tweets from Dreamforce?  Keep the conversation going! Tweet us @GetCurata

Meg Sutton

Meg Sutton was a Content Marketing Specialist at Curata. She served as a content marketer at Lionbridge Technologies before bringing her creative know-how to the Curata team. Meg earned her B.S. in Marketing as well as her Liberal Studies Degree in Media, Arts & Society at Bentley University in Waltham, MA.

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