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Oct 17, 2017

Social at Spredfast

Hey all! Members of the Paciolan digital marketing team are currently in Austin, Texas for the annual Spredfast Summit.


Spredfast, our partner company that powers the PAC Social platform that Paciolan clients use to aggregate and display social media content online and in their venues, always does an incredible job with this annual conference. Not only do some of the best marketing minds in the world from some of the biggest companies in the world gather in Austin every year for this event, but some of the biggest names in the world are featured as well.


Last year, Trevor Noah was the keynote speaker and after a hilarious comedy set, he sat down and answered questions from the audience (questions that were, of course, tweeted and displayed in real time). How does Spredfast top that keynote? With none other than former First Lady Michelle Obama.


Michelle. Obama. 


No reaction or explanation necessary. This is going to be awesome.


We love coming to this conference every year not only because of the big-name appearances but because it gives us a chance to gather with the great folks at Spredfast and strategize on how we can better serve Paciolan clients in the year ahead. That means providing the latest and greatest tools to help the PAC family pull in social content for various real-time displays to engage fans and ticket-buyers, create unique custom landing pages and microsite through drag-and-drop technology (No HTML? Yes, please.), data capture opportunities, audience building for digital advertising and much more.


Want to know more about PAC Social? E-mail me (bmellor@paciolan.com) or @ me on Twitter (@BrandonMellor).


We are looking forward to learning some great new tips and tricks while in Austin and I am sure we will get a glimpse at some upcoming new technology and opportunities on Spredfast’s roadmap. We’ll also get a chance to network and mingle with other talented folks in the live entertainment industry.


Oh, we are also going to eat. A lot. And there will probably be some live music involved. It’s Austin, after all.



(Photos courtesy of Spredfast)