Taking Social Media By The Horns, Where You Live
And the guy who’s presenting it.
And a conference where you live.
Please read on.
This Tuesday, September 25, 2012, at Spokane’s Red Lion Hotel Convention Center, if you’re lucky enough to have a full day and $149 to invest in your vital continuing business education, you can attend Go Social, hosted by Nectar Media.
I’ve attended a session by the presenter, Nectar Media’s Josh Wade. It was eye-opening – and that was a single hour two years ago. Tuesday ought to be on another level altogether.
I’ve watched Josh grow with social media. He’s used it to grow his popular Nectar Tasting Room as well as Nectar Media. He’s become an advocate and an ambassador for social media and its business practitioners.
Go Social will feature presenters who have become experts by diving into social media back when it was kind of a curiosity, sticking with it, and getting results. These are the real “gurus” – people who make their living in the trenches.
This brings us to you and your town
I salute Josh for making Go Social happen. He’s bringing our small-market town a lot of value. Around here, social media isn’t just nice to have. We need social media to compete with folks in bigger markets where publicity and dollars are easier to come by.
Sound like your town?
Chances are, there’s an event like Go Social near you. It could be your social media launch pad.
It can make you better at social and digital marketing.
It can give you essential understanding of how to integrate social into a comprehensive business strategy.
It can help you develop relationships with local folks who can support you technically, strategically and morally.
What if there’s NOT an event near you?
There was no Go Social in Spokane either, last year. This year, Josh Wade made it happen.
You could make something similar happen in your town. Bring up the idea, and others will want to join in.
Just look at all the sponsors and partners Josh put together.
Social media people are like that. They like to hear from each other, and help each other.
Speaking of which: Please share this post before Tuesday, any way you prefer, with any friends who might be interested. Many thanks!
(Disclaimer: I have no involvement in Go Social other than wanting it to succeed, and more businesses to succeed with social media. What about you?)