My next speaking date is day one of The Finance 2.0 Summit. It is a new conference being held in New York City at the swanky Harvard Club on January 26 and 27, 2009. It is 100% dedicated to educating financial industry professionals about social media. Here are some of the key learnings attendees will get out of it:
- How to measure marketing success in the world of Finance 2.0
- Social media's impact on consumers' financial decisions
- How to optimize the revenue-earning potential of your eMarketing division
- Leverage the channel partner model online and offline to extend your product footprint
- How to maximize the benefits of blogging and other new mediums
- Successfully integrating social media campaigns into traditional marketing strategies
I will be presenting Young & Free Alberta: Integrating Marketing and Social Media to Connect with Consumers.
As a speaker, I am able to offer my blog readers a discount. Ten of you can get a 15% discount off the regular registration fee.
If you want a discount, contact me at email@example.com and I will send you the discount code.
It should be a great conference, with many talented, entertaining and smart speakers, including:
- Trey Reeme – Are You a Spider or a Fly? Defining Your Relationship with the Web
- Ron Shevlin – Why Are We Talking About Finance 2.0 When We Haven't Figured Out Finance 1.0?
- Ed Terpening – Crashing the Party: Are Financial Institutions Welcomed on the Social Media Scene?
- Shari Storm - Best Practices in Blogging: How to Maximize the Benefits of This New Medium
- William Azaroff – Using Social Media to Connect with Your Community
- Morriss Partee – Perfecting Your Palette: Recipes for a Successful Social Marketing Campaign
- Jeffry Pilcher – Results 2.0: Using Web 2.0 Tools to Achieve Real Business Objectives
I hope to see you there.