Best Practices for Interacting With the Social Platforms
Hear from technical and product leaders within the multichannel network community on how to make the most out of one’s relationship with platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Learn how technical meritocracies, bleeding-edge product ideas, and unconventional integrations can lead to closer, more meaningful relationships with the platforms. Attendees hear from those who have successfully partnered with social media platforms and learn how to makes these organizations partners instead of pains. Moderator: Mark Heyert, GOVA Mike Flynn, CTO - Collective Digital Studio Scott Paul, VP, Product - Maker Studios Alex Mostoufi, CTO - Mitu Networks
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