Two weeks ago I read about an event in Kansas and got all excited about it. Then I realized the marketing for the event did not really match what was happening. I started to get ticked off — then I realized something. Deb Brown doesn’t spend her time getting angry. Deb Brown spends her time getting things done.
It was up to me to do the right thing. I had a couple of other people on board who wanted to do the right thing as well.
We are planning the Small Business Social Media Summit. Two days of hard hitting information, discussions, ideas and examples of how to take your small business to the internet. Blogging, facebook, twitter, mobile marketing – really, can they help? How? Are they for you? What do you do to begin?
The speakers are people in business using social media in their arsenal. Becky McCray, Cody Heitschmidt, Kim Dushinski, Grant Griffiths, Jay Ehret, Drew McClellan, Justin Levy and myself. Look them up — they are the people that are on the ground doing the work. And they are going to teach us!
Details are being ironed out, a website is being built, reservations are being made. I just wanted to give you a heads up because we are capping at 200 people. You’ll want to mark this one on the calendar and get your $200 conference fee ready (that’s right, only $200).
See you in June!