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  • Big Brands and You: Make the Love Connection

    by Craig Benzine and Alejandra Carvallo

    Brands want a piece of the social media pie. Content creators want to make money without compromising their voice and audience. The Rolling Stones once said you can’t always get what you want. But they were wrong. Big brands and content creators can get what they want while working together. Many brands and content creators collaborate in ways that bring value to their shared audiences. It just takes a little care, and a lot of trust. Panelists Alejandra Carvallo from Intel and one of the all time most subscribed personalities on YouTube, Craig Benzine (aka Wheezy Waiter), show what’s worked for them and earned hundreds of thousands of views of their content.

    At 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Monday 12th March

    In Capitol View North, Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol

  • Knitting a Long Tail in Niche Publishing

    by Shannon Okey

    Larger publishers and distributors are often unwilling to take a chance on what they consider "niche." Yet consumers want specialization and more advanced content rather than lowest common denominator material. What's a creative professional to do? Using the example of knit publishing and its evolving presence in the e-book market, as well as best practices for designers and creatives relating to publishing, we'll explore ways to increase creators' revenue and buck the established publishing system.

    At 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Monday 12th March

    In Capitol E-H, Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol

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  • What’s the Holy Grail of Social/Mobile/Local?

    by Matt Goldberg and Dan Heaf

    Consumers are increasingly looking for dynamic, personalized content and services that will help them engage and exchange with others, and share common experiences while on the go. Such applications are the mobile holy grail of modern times and premium brands are rushing to deliver them, although with limited success. What does it take to deliver such services? What is the role of the content curator? And how can you serve consumers who sometimes just don’t know what they want? Melbourne-based Lonely Planet CEO Matt Goldberg and BBC Worldwide Digital Director Daniel Heaf of London will use the platform to address these questions, examine the technologies and consumer behaviour that are changing the way content providers think, influencing their investment decisions and share their experiences of working with this dilemma across BBC Worldwide’s portfolio of premium passion brands – among them Lonely Planet, Doctor Who and Top Gear.

    At 5:00pm to 6:00pm, Monday 12th March

    In Capitol View North, Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol