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SMI conference early bird tickets selling fast!

Submitted by on March 11, 2013 – 12:13 pmNo Comment

Tickets for Social Media Influence’s 2013 conference are now on sale and selling quickly, but move fast to take advantage of the Early Bird rate, which is available until Friday March 15.

This year’s conference looks at ’360 degrees of a social company’, examining how social tools, technologies and thinking are shaping the next generation of successful companies and organisations. During the one-day event, delegates will learn:

  • how customer conversation analytics is improving improving sales, customer service and marketing all at the same time
  • how employee engagement is being transformed by social tool and technologies
  • how social commerce is shaping the entire operations of retail companies
  • how new social platforms are influencing the planning and execution of social media marketing
  • how smart legal policies are making social media engagement a seamless part of major corporations
  • how the best companies prepare for a social media crisis before it arises
  • how social media storytelling and content marketing is transforming online marketing
  • how crowdsourcing and crowdfunding are having a positive impact on corporate decision making

…and much more! Book now to avoid missing out.

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