Digital Media Marketing Summit discussion

Readers,

I’ve been invited to participate in the upcoming Digital Media Marketing Summit on February 19th. Based upon the topics you see below being discussed by other panelists and what you know about me – what would you like to hear me share information about?

7-7:45am Sundeep Kapur, Online Marketing Strategist, NCR – “One Web, Seven Sub-Channels”

8-8:45am Jim Turner!?

9-9:45am Chris Heuer, Co-Founder, Social Media Club – “Digital Marketing: Then & Now”

10-10:45am Denise Shiffman, CEO, Venture Essentials – “Proven Ways to Create Engaging Online Customer Experiences”

12-12:45pm Rodney Rumford , CEO, Gravitational Media – “Twitter as a Marketing, Communication & Branding Tool”

2-2:45pm Dean Westervelt, Social Media Analytics, Collective Intellect – “Digital Media Analytics and Trends”

Please post your comments below! Thank you in advance!

Best to you!

Jim

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6 Responses to Digital Media Marketing Summit discussion

  1. Cathy Browne says:

    Well, since you’re so early in the schedule, and Chris is doing an overview afterward, why not talk about your own journey into social media? How it’s changed the way you communicate, do business, learn, etc.?

  2. nadiaharper says:

    I would like you to discuss Social media for Personal Growth speakers/Coaches/Hypnotists/Energy workers etc and professional Development Professionals what do you think ?

  3. Hi Jim,
    I love that idea, I have learned a lot from following you starting with Facebook. I think you are the perfect person to present about social media!

  4. evidencesx says:

    Hi Jim, why don’t you speak about all social media uses in e-marketing strategies: twitter, facebook, mashup, communities (SMT, TCC…); kind of new behaviors in marketers approach with brands and sales matters, don’t you think?

    best r.,
    L.

  5. Pam says:

    Hi Jim –
    I’d love some concrete examples of how social media has generated actual work for you. This is still a mystery to me. I realize eventually a referral or lead may ask for a proposal, but so far it seems that months and months go by without that happening and other channels may be more effective. (?) I’d love to be convinced that Twitter, etc. is worth the time investment. Thanks! Pam

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