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@Midwest Searching For Social Media Speakers

@Midwest is searching for social media experts and business professionals to speak at their annual social media conference on April 7-8, 2016. @Midwest will take place at Illinois State University in Normal, IL. Interested speakers should submit their proposal via www.atmidwest.com by January 15, 2016.

The @Midwest conference is a two-day forum where experts address small to mid-sized business professionals who are creating a social media presence or enhancing current practices. This year’s conference is looking for speakers who approach topics in a fun and educational manner. Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Best Practices Series
  • Social Branding
  • Return on Investment
  • Workshops
  • Fun S**t!
  • Digital Marketing Strategy
  • Content Creation
  • Analytics & Management
  • Choosing the right platform
  • Non-Marketing Uses (emergency/disaster)
  • Monitoring/Listening
  • Regulation

Sessions may address various attendee skill levels and will be viewed by approximately 40-50 attendees. Typical sessions run around 60 minutes.

@Midwest offers a variety of additional ways to get involved with the conference for those not interested in speaking, including sponsorship. For more information about sponsorship opportunities please visit www.atmidwest.com.

@Midwest offers realistic tools and practical skills for businesses presented through a Midwest social media conference. Stimulating keynote speakers, break-out sessions, and guided round table discussions give attendees the opportunity to interact with their industry peers and share ideas, tips, and techniques. The goal of @Midwest is for all attendees to gain real world, practical knowledge of how to utilize social media in achieving their professional goals.

By | 2017-01-03T23:18:05+00:00 January 5th, 2016|Recent News|Comments Off on @Midwest Searching For Social Media Speakers

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