SMI Heads to Duluth for the Zenith Social Media Marketing Conference
The Social Media Incubator prepares for Zenith Social Media Conference in Duluth this upcoming Wednesday, May 23. The conference will feature speaker from national and internationally known speakers including Rand Fishkin, Marty Weintraub, Laura Weintraub, Greg Jarboe, Merry Morud, Ric Dragon and many others.
Some of the topics will address the latest in the social media industry including:
Facebook Marketing, Killer Social Ads, Combining Social Media & PR, the Mobile Revolution, Reputation Monitoring Online and Social Media Law.
The advanced track will be hosted by aimClear, an advertising and social media company located in Duluth. As an international speaker, CEO and Author of “Killer Facebook Ads” Marty Weintraub is a leader in the industry in integrating social media into the business world.
Social Media Administrator Chelsea Janke will be attending the Zenith Conference. “I am excited to further my education of what others in the industry are using and the tools and tactics they are integrating with their clients’ marketing. After the OMS12 conference in San Diego in February, it has become clear that the most effective social media happens when business integrate social media fully with their current marketing plans. There are numerous companies out there that have template-like content and social media information to use, but quality over quantity is making its presence known, especially after the Google Panda update of February 2012.”
PR Specialist & Copywriter Kelly Kison will be attending the conference as well. “I’m looking forward to endeavoring more in the crossroads of where public relations meets social media and how to better optimize, publicize and socialize company news in the most creative, effective and lasting way. I am excited to learn more about strategic writing for different types of content across the internet.”
Are you attending the Zenith Conference or any other social media conferences in the near future?
Published on: May 18, 2012