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SoCon10 January 29-30; Register Now, Don’t Get Shut Out

Each year about this time I tell people to register now for the our SoCon social media, social networking conference at Kennesaw State University because to wait is to risk getting shut out. And, of course, then when it is too late — we only have 300 seats — I start getting the calls. So do yourself a favor, register now. SoCon10 has our best line-up yet. The dates are Friday and Saturday, January 29-30, 2010. SoCon10 Logo

Although it is still evolving as we hear what our attendees want, here is what we know is set:

Carol Kruse, Vice President, Global Interactive Marketing for The Coca-Cola Company, will share the innovative social media strategies that make Coke one of the biggest brands in the world, from online advertising, to consumer relationship marketing, plus mobile and gaming tactics.

Dan Siroker, former Director of Analytics for the Obama presidential campaign, will reveal how the team used data to optimize online operations, raise more than half a billion dollars, register 2 million new voters online, and persuade millions more to make phone calls and get out the vote on election day.

• The popular “Big Eating, Big Thinking, Big Networking Dinner ” at Maggiano’s on Friday night, Jan. 29, which sold out early last year.

Other SoCon10 highlights at the full day session on Saturday, Jan. 30:

•Job hunting? Use Social Media to Generate Buzz and Land Your Next Big Opportunity

• Idea to Marketplace – How to Turn Your Web 2.0 Idea into a Business

• How to use Mobile Applications to Extend your Brand

• Create Mobile Media with your Cell Phone

• Real Time Crisis Communications, Media Outreach and Twitter Tools that really work

• Launching a Web Startup with 3 People, No Money and a Good Idea

• Measuring Social Media Marketing

• B2B Social Media: Activity Needs to Drive Results

• Digital Entertainment and Social Media

• Tactical approaches for marketing to Millenials through social media

• How not to get Ripped off by a Traditional Agency

• Integrating Social Media with eMail Marketing

Remember, register now, don’t get shut out.

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