Digital Gaggle - Speaker Pitch
Thanks for your interest in pitching to speak at Digital Gaggle! We get a lot of requests from people who are interested in speaking at the event and this form helps us keep track of the speakers and sessions to ensure we deliver highly relevant, useful content for our audience.

By pitching your idea for a talk at Digital Gaggle, we can get a better sense of the kind of content you would like to deliver and how it will fit within the wider schedule of the event.
Important things to know before you apply:
Digital Gaggle is a digital marketing conference designed for marketers who are looking for ways to stay at the cutting edge of online marketing. Each session aims to give attendees the inspiration and tactics they need in order to improve their digital marketing strategy.

Your talk should:

- Provide value to the attendees - this means no sales pitches.

- Give the audience tips and actionable takeaways - talks which deliver fresh insights, new ways of thinking, or lessons on what worked and what didn't in a particular area of marketing always go down well with attendees.

- Not be too beginner - talks which are too basic and generalise on a topic don't add value to the attendees. Our audience have experience and so are looking for talks which challenge their existing way of thinking/doing things.

- Use examples to support claims.

- Last no more than 30 minutes.
Audience
The audience split at an event typically looks like this:

Industries: Professional Services, SaaS, B2B, eCommerce

Agency Marketers (30%) | In-House Marketers (70%)

Job titles include: Marketing Manager/Exec, Digital Marketing Manager/Exec, Head of Marketing.. and some specialisms such as PPC Exec/SEO Exec/Web Dev
What's your name? *
What's your email address? *
What's your job title? *
What's the name of the company you work for? *
Please use the space below to write the title and synopsis of your talk, including the key takeaways attendees will gain from coming along to your session. *
If you had to pick a category for your talk, which would you choose? *
If you had to pick a category for your talk, which would you choose? *
Who is your talk best suited for? Tick all that apply. *
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Do you have a Twitter profile? If so, please include link below.
Have you spoken at other industry events? If so, please name them below.
It's really helpful if you have videos of any previous speaking gigs you've done. If you have links to videos or slideshares, please include them below.
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