Reason #5 to Attend Social Media Marketing World in San Diego, California on March 22-24
Have Fun With Marketers
“Some conferences can be boring—not Social Media Marketing World,” explained Dave Woods.
Networking is built right into the schedule and even into some of the sessions. From early morning networking walks to the amazing evening events (like the opening-night party on an aircraft carrier), there’s plenty of opportunity to connect with fellow marketers.
“It’s fun. Love the heavy concentration on networking. Love the vibe. Yours is a wonderfully upbeat and sharing community. There are very few dull moments,” said Barry Feldman.
“The networking at this event has been incredible, again a testament to the organizers at creating many, many opportunities for attendees to actually network with each other,” said Lee Odden.
Social Media Marketing World has “the best people, amazing weather and fantastic events outside of the conference as well that you won’t see anywhere else,” explained Jessica Gioglio.
Extend your stay at Social Media Marketing World for a vacation in San Diego, California.
And San Diego is a city built for fun and known for great weather! The conference concludes on a Friday night. Why not bring the family and stay for the weekend.
What Others Say …
“If someone asked me if they could only go to one conference a year, which would it be? I would say it has to be Social Media Marketing World. Best self-investment you will ever make,” said Matthew David Smith.
“I learned more about social media in those two days than I have in the past two years! It inspired me to do more, and I can’t wait to get started,” said Kim Pekin.
If you’re a social media marketer, this conference is the place to be. You’ll acquire practical knowledge from the best in the field that will help improve your business and your professional development in this industry, where it can be hard to keep up with all the changes.
“If you have two days in the year you can spend for you own internal R&D on social, without a doubt, this is the place,” said Neal Schaffer.
You’ll meet people who speak the language of social media and will become helpful advisors and good friends long after you’ve returned home. And you’ll have a great time.
“What makes a great event obviously is the content, but as a lot of people say, it’s what happens outside of the classroom… And c’mon—it’s like freaking San Diego,” said Marcus Sheridan.
Here is a link to learn more about the event: Social Media Marketing World!