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Work with a content strategist to discuss your brand, creative content, or business through blogging! Starting January 15, McLean Robins will teach you how to design, promote, and maintain a blog, develop an audience, integrate social media platforms, and build connections with your community with link sharing. Register now!
If you’ve ever spoken at a conference, or even just attended one, you know what a great opportunity it is for building connections – on and offline. Speakers especially have the opportunity to come away with hundreds more social connections, including brand new Twitter followers.
But how do you maximize the impact of your speaking engagement on Twitter? We’ve got nine tips for you below.
AllFacebook Marketing Conference is headed back to San Francisco! Join AllFacebook, SocialTimes, and WebMediaBrands on June 28-29, and get a how-to guide for marketing to Facebook’s 800 million users.
Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, AllFacebook Marketing Conference 2012 returns to bring together advertising and marketing professionals, digital media experts, social media veterans, business owners, and more for an inside look at Facebook’s latest tools, apps, demographics, research, and advertising opportunities.
A full agenda will be announced soon. Keep an eye on our event site for more information.
Special early pricing is available for only $249 until tomorrow, February 15, so register today!
We hope to see you there!
Poor, poor Twitter developers. They have consistently had a pretty inconsistent relationship with Twitter, and since the company canceled the Chirp developer conference they held last year, developers haven’t even had a place to gather and talk about their woes. Now, even the unofficial Twitter developer conference, Engage Digital Media’s TDev Summit, has been canceled.