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by Jay Baer
Thursday's Keynote speaker Jay Baer gives attendees a sure-fire process to measure their success (or failure!) in the social media realm.
If you hang out on Twitter or Facebook, it seems like there are some people who blabber all day and could not possibly get any actual work done. How do you participate in real-time social media and still be productive? (Hint: it's not just scheduling)
by Randy Clark
Social media works. A step-by-step review of how our company took a flickr lead, following through with traditional marketing, and won an over 1 million dollar contract.
Who’s in control of your online reputation and visibility? What will potential customers find? What could a skilled searcher find about your brand or your individual identity right now? In this session we take a look at concepts, tools, and actions to develop a proactive and positive approach to online reputation management and brand control?
How are small businesses using social media--what networks do they use, how often, and what results do they see?
by Sara Croft
With push notifications, emails and mobile technology, it can be difficult to know when it's OK to put the phone down and pick up the remote control. This session gives applicable time management tools and tips for monitoring your social media presence without having to be constantly involved. Attendees must have prior knowledge of blogging platforms, Facebook, and Twitter.
by Peter Dunn
How can you effectively and consistenly demonstrate your expertise in your field: a collection of ideas that work
11th–12th August 2011