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Social and Search for Communications and Marketing
Thursday, March 22, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (CDT)
Yeah, it's a crazy time to be in Communications and Marketing. Consider the fact that 11 new Twitter accounts are created every SECOND...Facebook is about to go Public (with the data from its 850 Million users helping it along)...and Google has a brand-new network called Google Plus - and they haven't yet cracked the code.
But You've Got a Business To Run!
Of course, we haven't even scratched the surface...and that's part of the problem...
Throw in tools like WordPress, Tumblr, Posterous, Flickr, Pinterest...
What Does It All Mean to YOU???
Following on the Forward:March series of Webinars and Training in 2012, Area 224's Dave Van de Walle presents a webinar that's designed for the person in an in-house Marketing and Communications role - or the executive who is running his or her own business and still needs to learn what to do when - and how it impacts the number one factor online:
Social has changed the Search game - that's for sure. And, in this webinar, we'll dive in and give you what you need to know - you'll even get a copy of our brand new Social Search Samurai E-Book - all for less than you'd pay on that new hardcover book at the bookstore.
What you'll learn:
- Which networks impact your business more than others; and, depending upon your business, the differences can be very important
- Why Pinterest isn't just a bunch of pretty pictures - and what it means for your company, your department, or your business
- What three words are GONE from the Facebook vocabulary - and why that has a direct effect on how you promote your business
- What is the fastest-growing business marketing tool (HINT: it's NOT Facebook or Twitter or even Pinterest), and how to use it a half-hour from now
When & Where
Area 224 is a strategic communications advisory firm that works with emerging brands -- startups, not-for-profits, products within big companies, higher ed clients, and anyone looking to laser-focus their communications to sell more stuff.