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Early-bird pricing expires after July 9th!
Earlier this year, I attended the FW Chamber‘s Media and PR Summit. I thought I might find some of the information to be new and anticipated it would be a good networking opportunity. Boy did I underestimate that summit! I learned valuable information in nearly every session and walked away impressed with the talent in our community.
Based on that experience, I highly recommend you attend the Social Media Summit July 18 from 8a-1p at the FW Chamber. Tickets are only $49 (early; $69 after 7/9) for members or $99 (early; $129 after 7/9) for non-members. Your registration includes lunch from Nelson’s and four sessions you select:
- Google+ by Kevin Mullett, Cirrus ABS
- LinkedIn by Anthony Juliano, Asher Agency
- Using Social Media to Create Brand Ambassadors by [me], Parkview Health
- Who Owns Social Media Content? by Jeremy N. Gayed, Barrett & McNagny
- What Can My Employees Post? by Anthony M. Stites, Barrett & McNagny
- Attracting Attention by Brian Gallagher, Embassy Theatre
- Facebook Strategy by the TinCaps
- Social Media Engagement by Michele Morrical and Andrew Welch, Ivy Tech
If you’re interested in my session, here’s a preview over on the Chamber’s blog.
If you’re convinced this event is something you shouldn’t miss, click here to register now. Personally, I can’t think of a better use of $50 for your business than to invest in growing your knowledge about a medium that isn’t going anywhere.