Postback is right around the corner. Nearly 400 mobile and performance marketing professionals are gearing up for two days of networking at its finest.
It wouldn’t be Postback without developing new business relationships and making new friends in the industry. This list below breaks down the essential apps you’ll need to keep up with the event festivities and connect with others at the event.
Tweet your favorite quotes from the keynotes by Kevin Weil of Twitter and Jon Alferness of Google. Who else do you want to meet at Postback? Tweet at them! Be sure to include #Postback14 in all your tweets.
Download the Twitter app
Post photos with the people you meet in front of the Seattle skyline and waterfront. Use Instagram as another point of reference to remember names and faces. Remember to tag your photos!
Download the Instagram app on iTunes | Download the Instagram app on Google Play
Invite people you meet into your LinkedIn network. Get profile information about someone before you meet them.
Download the LinkedIn app
Use Foursquare to establish your presence at Postback by checking into our venuesthroughout the conference.
Download the Foursquare app
Check reviews and reserve a table for dinner on Thursday night. Look up famous restaurants around Pike Place Market or trendy happy hour spots around Belltown.
Download the Yelp app
Our very own DJ Rion put together a teaser playlist to put you in the mood for Postback. Enjoy!
Download the Spotify app
All the venues for Postback are within a 2 minute walking distance, but if you need a transportation option from airport or from your hotel, we recommend taking an UberX. They are running a promotion this summer – 25% discount on UberX rides!
Download the Uber app
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Becky is the Senior Content Marketing Manager at TUNE. Before TUNE, she led a variety of marketing and communications projects at San Francisco startups. Becky received her bachelor's degree in English from Wake Forest University. After living nearly a decade in San Francisco and Seattle, she has returned to her home of Charleston, SC, where you can find her enjoying the sun and salt water with her family.