Inbound Marketing Discussion Panel at PodCamp Toronto 2014

Brian Rotsztein


After the success of CIMA’s Digital Marketing Therapy session at last year’s PodCamp Toronto, we decided to return this year. The room was packed with about 100 people in attendance for our Inbound Marketing Discussion Panel at PodCamp Toronto 2014.

People in attendance could ask any question about any relevant topic that they wanted to learn about. It was an open forum on Internet marketing and questions of personal branding, SEO, contests, analytics, press releases, and others came up.

The event was a tremendous success!

PodCamp Toronto, Inbound Marketing Discussion Panel, CIMA, Saturday, February 22, 2014, Ryerson University from Peter Mykusz on Vimeo.


Rob Campbell (@roberrific)
Rob is a search engine optimization expert that monkeys with code and content. He’s an accomplished storyteller and conversation provocateur who specializes in making juicy incoming links to client websites. He works at Kenna, an advertising agency in Toronto.


Tara Hunt (@missrogue)
Tara was named as one of the Most Influential Women in Technology (Fast Company) as well as a Woman to Watch in Entrepreneur Magazine. She wrote The Whuffie Factor/The Power of Social Networking (published in 7 languages), is a conference speaker and co-founded the international Coworking movement. She was also on Twitter before it had vowels (TWTTR).

Brian Rotsztein (@brianrotsztein)
Brian has been an Internet marketing entrepreneur and strategist since the 1990s. As the CEO of Uniseo, he brings a hype-free, seasoned approach to working with clients (such as Best Western Hotels, Quality Inn, United Nations, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Library of Congress, dozens of cosmetic beauty and medical practices, and so on). He holds two Master’s degrees, has taught university courses, and provides professional consulting and training services worldwide.

Geoff Whitlock (@geoffness)
Geoff is the CEO of Surround, an integrated marketing company that specializes in communicating brand stories to Canadian consumers. While he was President and Lead Digital Strategist for Lifecapture Interactive, it was sold to Venture Communications (owned by Arlene Dickinson from Dragon’s Den). He has worked with clients such as Warner Music, Alliance Films, Virgin Mobile, Rexall Pharma Plus, Toyota, Husky and others.

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