Fellow bloggers, if you’ve been dying to get down-and-dirty when it comes to social media, now’s your chance!
iFabbo is hosting their second annual Social Media Conference on October 12, 2013 in San Francisco, California, and it’s only $100 if you pre-register. The conference packs a whole lot of incredible information into one day, and if you’re available, I strongly suggest going. Here’s a peek at the panels and everything you’ll learn if you’re able to attend (I, unfortunately am not, which sucks, but I figured I’d pass the opportunity along).
The iFabbo Social Media Conference will have six great panels you can sit in on. They are Increasing Reach & Followers: “How To” for all the Major Social Media Platforms, Monetizing Your Blog: Work Smarter, Not Harder, PR: How to Create an Impressive Press Kit/Media Kit/Develop Better Agency Relationships, The Future of Fashion & Beauty in the Digital Space, Photography/Videography: Tips & Tricks of the Trade for Better Images, and The Legal Zone: FTC Rules, Updates, Trademarks & Copyright. All stuff that every blogger needs to know, right? Right. I know I’d love to sit in on panels 2, 3, and 6 for sure!
Not only do you get access to the entire day full of great panels, where you’ll learn some tips and tricks from industry experts, but your $100 registration fee (which is $175 at the door) also gets you into the cocktail after-party! You also get lunch, snacks and beverages throughout the day on the 12th, and, and a goodie bag worth $200!
The second annual iFabbo Social Media Conference is, once again, on October 12, 2013. It’s in San Francisco, California at the exclusive Merchants Exchange Club. There’s a ton to do in San Francisco, and since this conference falls on a Monday, you could make a wonderful long weekend out of it. So why not grab some girlfriends (or your other half) and head on out? And then come back and tell me all the awesome stuff you learned, k?
Let’s get social!
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