New Media Atlanta – Bring your Company into the Social Networking Limelight

It’s time to take a hard look at the business case for Social Media. New Media Atlanta is for the business professional who is tired of the hype and wants to see where the rubber really meets the road.

Chris Brogan will be a key presenter talking about his new book ‘Trust Agents‘ which he co-wrote with Julien Smith. Chris is President of New Marketing Labs, and home of the Inbound Marketing Summit conferences & Inbound Marketing Bootcamp events. He works with large and mid-sized companies to improve online business communications like marketing and PR through the use of social software, community platforms, and other emerging web and mobile technologies.

The New Media Atlanta conference is a high level, business dialog about how social media is changing marketing and messaging – and in fact, changing the nature of all communications. We’ll talk about strategies to leverage its power to build your company, product, brand, service, etc.

You’ll have an opportunity to ask your burning questions of the speaker panel and get real answers.

Read more about our schedule here…

For easy registration: http://newmediaatlanta.eventbrite.com/

Consider this:

  • The Association of National Advertisers completed a recent study – 2/3 or marketers now use social media. Primary channels: Facebook (74%), Youtube (65%), Twitter (63%), and LinkedIn (60%)
  • Google and YouTube are the number one and number two search engines respectively.
  • Brands like Coca-Cola, Comcast, Dell, IBM and many others are embracing social media to communicate to their audience on a daily basis.
  • Almost 60% of Americans interact with companies on a social media Web site, and 25% interact more than once per week, 2008 Cone Business in Social Media Study says.

The conference is September 25th from 10 until 4 pm with an after-party at http://www.dolcegroup.com/tenpinalley where the bowling promises to be a great ice-breaker and networking event.

Come join us!

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New Media Atlanta – Bring your Company into the Social Networking Limelight

It’s time to take a hard look at the business case for Social Media. New Media Atlanta is for the business professional who is tired of the hype and wants to see where the rubber really meets the road.

Chris Brogan will be a key presenter talking about his new book ‘Trust Agents‘ which he co-wrote with Julien Smith. Chris is President of New Marketing Labs, and home of the Inbound Marketing Summit conferences & Inbound Marketing Bootcamp events. He works with large and mid-sized companies to improve online business communications like marketing and PR through the use of social software, community platforms, and other emerging web and mobile technologies.

The New Media Atlanta conference is a high level, business dialog about how social media is changing marketing and messaging – and in fact, changing the nature of all communications. We’ll talk about strategies to leverage its power to build your company, product, brand, service, etc.

You’ll have an opportunity to ask your burning questions of the speaker panel and get real answers.

Read more about our schedule here…

For easy registration: http://newmediaatlanta.eventbrite.com/

Consider this:

  • The Association of National Advertisers completed a recent study – 2/3 or marketers now use social media. Primary channels: Facebook (74%), Youtube (65%), Twitter (63%), and LinkedIn (60%)
  • Google and YouTube are the number one and number two search engines respectively.
  • Brands like Coca-Cola, Comcast, Dell, IBM and many others are embracing social media to communicate to their audience on a daily basis.
  • Almost 60% of Americans interact with companies on a social media Web site, and 25% interact more than once per week, 2008 Cone Business in Social Media Study says.

The conference is September 25th from 10 until 4 pm with an after-party at http://www.dolcegroup.com/tenpinalley where the bowling promises to be a great ice-breaker and networking event.

Come join us!

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