Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Explore Social Media in Dallas with Jason Falls

If one of your New Year's Resolutions was to get more savvy about Social Media for your business, you need to attend Explore with me on Friday, February 17 in Dallas.  My pal, Jason Falls, is bringing this event and an incredible lineup of speakers and topics to Union Station Dallas for an intensive day of learning and networking. The content is designed to help businesses who are trying to move past the tactical minutiae of social to a comfort level more grounded in strategy.

Explore events feature the leading thinkers, practitioners and researchers in the digital marketing industry. Explore Dallas-Fort Worth's lineup includes Social Media Explorer's own Jason Falls, Copyblogger.com's Brian Clark, Tom Webster of Edison Research, Aaron Strout from WCG and co-author of Location-Based Marketing for Dummies, Zena Weist of Edeleman Digital, Kevin Magee from Expion, Arienne Holland from Raven Tools, mobile marketing expert Tim Hayden of 44Doors, Nichole Kelly from Full Frontal ROI, video marketing expert Giovanni Gallucci, DJ Waldow from Waldow Social, Mike Merrill from ReachLocal.com and more to be announced.

Explore topics will include content marketing to drive business, turning data into insights, operationalizing social media across the enterprise, implementing social media monitoring to drive business strategy, mastering video marketing, local marketing in a social world and many, many more.

Regular price for the event is $400. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, a cocktail reception, networking time and a one-month free trial of Social Media Explorer's on-call consultancy and question-answer site, ExploringSocialMedia.com.

The first 100 registrants get an insane price break for just $250 so don’t wait!  REGISTER NOW!

PS: If you know you need social media for your business but don't think you have the time to effectively manage it or think it would be more effective to outsource it - I'd love to chat with you about how my marketing firm might be of assistance.