During the webinar, leaders at Pattern89 and the Marketing AI Institute will teach you:
- What creative to use, and what to avoid, today and tomorrow.
- How AI is the key to understanding your audiences in every campaign and funnel stage.
- Why trusting the data-backed insights of machine learning will make you an even better advertiser.
About the Speakers
Paul Roetzer is founder and CEO of PR 20/20 and Marketing Artificial Intelligence Institute; author of The Marketing Performance Blueprint (Wiley, 2014) and The Marketing Agency Blueprint (Wiley, 2012); and the creator of the Marketing Artificial Intelligence Conference (MAICON) and AI Academy for Marketers.
R. J. Talyor is CEO and founder of Pattern89, a platform that unlocks the science of creativity. A 16-year tech and startup veteran, Talyor led teams at ExactTarget and Salesforce prior to launching Pattern89. Recognized as one of the Indianapolis Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, Talyor is a father of four, a national-champion swimmer and an amateur birdwatcher.
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Sandie Young was formerly the Director of Marketing at Ready North. She started at the agency during the summer of 2012, with experience in magazine journalism and a passion for content marketing. Sandie is a graduate of Ohio University, with a Bachelor of Science from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.