Top Tweetable Takeaways from Marketo Summit 2016

May 16, 2016 Allocadia

 

Top tweetable takeaways… (say that three times fast!)

We took a lot of inspiration away from the keynote speakers on the first day at the Marketo Marketing Nation Summit last week. Their messages sure packed a punch! (If you missed them, catch the best quotes here.) But the great learnings didn’t stop there. Here’s a quick re-cap of what we took away from this year’s event.

Marketo Marketing Nation Summit 2016

 

We, of course, talked about customers.

 

 

 

 

And about marketing and sales (the age-old tale).

 

 

We heard more on data (because as we know, that stuff matters).

 

 

We talked social.

 

 

 

 

We heard some super interesting statistics.

 

And there were some straight up Marketo tips, as well. (Always good to know.)

 

 

 

We were reminded to take risks.

 

And of how to look at our work (and the world in general).

 

 

 

And now, to end with a little inspiration (because every good blog ends that way, right?), here’s a visual round up of the Wednesday keynote sessions that had us giddy.

 

So many accomplished speakers. So many eager (and patient) marketers… (did you see some of the line ups?). So much to learn. Just a few days. And yet, we packed it all in. Thanks for another fantastic, and oh-so memorable conference, Marketo. See you all again next year!

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