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The Right Web 3.0 Marketing Mix Workshop w/Case Studies on Why You Need to Cover Your Bases Workshop
Thursday, January 28th 2010 at 9 AM PST / Noon ET
Brand engagement is in a big state of change right now, with the push to add SEO, social media, video and mobile to your outbound marketing; understanding how to get a ROI and what the right mix is can be challenging.
We created this workshop to answer the most common questions that our clients are asking and give you practical "use cases" to help you determine what will work best for your brand.
The first 10 attendees to register and pay for this workshop will receive an hour consultation with one of the Key Practices team members in the area of expertise of your choice from SEO, Social Media, Mobile, Marketing or Video.
Thank you for signing up for our 3 hour workshop which includes an hour Q & A session at the end. We will also be recording this event for replay and will provide copies of all materials to attendees following the session.
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1/28/2010 Marketing Workshop
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More about this workshop:
We will be examining each of the key elements you need to consider as you engage with Web 3.0 marketing tools and determine what the right mix should be for you to launch a brand, new product or expand your current reach. We will do this by taking several examples from different client case studies and discuss the importance of Video, SEO, Social Networking and community (yes, Twitter is part of it), and mobile as part of your marketing strategy and talk about how we helped each of these organizations from start to the end result.
We will also go through a recent case study for an online, LIVE streaming community was developed and created by Key Practices called Mom TV. This social TV portal broadcasts 90 weekly streaming video web chat shows and has a social networking community; and has grown to be one of the highest trafficked sites for the mom market in less than 6 months. We will also talk about several ways to use new media and social media in the right time and place to build buzz and brand engagement.
The key takeaways from this workshop will be how-to get your baseline set for understanding where your brand is online as well as how to hone in and engage with your target audience. We will cover the basics of SEO, Social Media, Mobile, Video and how it is important to tie these tools all together with your overall marketing plan.
We will also leave an hour open at the end to answer any questions submitted during the registration process as well as answer questions at the end of the session from what we covered during the workshop.
The first 10 attendees who sign up before 24 January 2010 will also receive an hour of phone consultation with a Key Practices team member in the area of expertise that you would like to learn more about.
Industry cases studies include: software, retail, business services and social networking.
The cost of of this workshop is $74.95 and all workshop attendees will receive copies of all materials shared as well as a discount on any future services needed from Key Practices.
Key Practices was founded in 2001 and has experience in both startup and Fortune 500 client marketing programs as well as having launched over 30 new products, including 3 iPhone apps, and a social media, live streaming community. Our team members are seasoned professionals with over 15+ years experience in their fields work for and with organizations like yours.
If you have paid but not completed the online registration, please click here and share your questions with us ahead of time, we will try to cover them during the workshop or as a follow-up to the workshop.