SMX Social Media, April 22-23

    March 11, 2008

For Internet marketers trying to reach the unique audiences at social media sites such as Facebook, Digg, Reddit, and Stumbleupon, the place to be on April 22 and 23 is Long Beach, California, for the SMX Social Media conference.

SMX Social Media was established by Search Engine Land editor-in-chief Danny Sullivan, who has been the go-to guy for Internet and search engine marketing for over a decade. He has a reputation for producing quality shows that deliver useful, timely information to attendees, some of whom even begin implementing his ideas during breaks in the conference.

SMX Social Media was presented to standing-room-only crowds in New York City last fall, and the West Coast version in April is an encore presentation of that event. The show is designed to offer tips about how to harness the power of social media sites to engage audiences in an appropriate and respectful manner in order to deliver them information based on community interests, voting, and sharing.

The two-day event will offer attendees both fundamental and advanced presentations on topics including social media marketing essentials, the most popular social news sites, social bookmarking and tagging, the marketer’s role in social media marketing, and how to use linkbaiting and leverage social networking effectively. Speakers at the event were chosen based on their knowledge and experience with social media marketing.

SMX Social Media is open to the public, but anyone who is responsible for promoting and enhancing brand acceptance should attend—new media specialists, SEM managers, PR professionals, CMOs, brand marketers, and full-service agency media planners and buyers. Register before March 15 and save $200 off the full conference rate. Satisfaction is guaranteed—so you have nothing to lose by attending, and chances are good that you’ll walk out as a master of social media marketing!

For more information or to register click here.