Content Marketing and Global Scalability

You’re seeing some promising returns on your investment in content marketing. International traffic and sales are on the rise. Now, how can you make the most out of this momentum? How can you best leverage your existing resources in both content marketing and translation?

Join Smartling on February 19th and meet content marketing guru, Joe Pulizzi, at our exclusive breakfast event in San Francisco! Joe and Smartling will be sharing tips for scaling your content marketing initiatives and taking them global.


February 19, 2015
8:30 – 11:00am


Greens Restaurant
2 Marina Boulevard
Fort Mason Building A
San Francisco, CA 94123

Join us at this fun and inspiring event, to learn:

  • Best practices for content repurposing. Find out how to extend your existing content’s reach and broadcast it to new audiences, including international ones.
  • How to take content global – or more importantly, local. Learn how to stay ahead of the curve and grow your business with content that moves beyond just “translation” and into content that provides local customers and prospects with information that truly resonates and meets their unique needs.
  • Ways to make smart use of your team’s time. Scaling your content globally shouldn’t be a time drain for your team. Discover some of the simple changes you can make that will can help you and your team take your content to the next level without creating too much extra work!

Attending this session is an exciting opportunity to network with other marketing and technology professionals who, like you, are eager to take their companies’ global content to the next level.

Oh! And, did we mention that you’ll receive a complimentary copy of Epic Content Marketing signed by author Joe Pulizzi along with a copy of Found in Translation signed by author Nataly Kelly?

Registration for this event has closed.

Joe Pulizzi

Joe Pulizzi

Author, Epic Content Marketing and Founder, Content Marketing Institute


Nataly Kelly

Nataly Kelly

VP of Research, Smartling