If done right, internet marketing can attract more people to your website, increase customers, and enhance branding of your company. Whether you are at the beginning stages of your internet marketing strategy or want to update your existing strategy with the latest trend, how do you know what will or will not work best for your consulting practice? The internet will give you lists of general strategies but why not join us to hear direct from an expert on this topic of The Grand Unified Theory of Internet Marketing for Consultants.
Maybe you have heard Steve Leibson’s presentation before and need to join us for this revised and newly updated 2014 presentation that will discuss the best ways and the worst ways for consultants to use the internet and social media to publicize their abilities and to look for new clients and new business. If you’re spending any appreciable time using the internet and social media for these purposes, you need to hear about what’s currently working in the technology space—and what’s not working. If you’re not spending any marketing effort at all on the internet and social media, you clearly do not need to hear this presentation because you actually need a miracle, which will not be discussed in the presentation.
REGISTRATION: Advance Registration Preferred by Tuesday, June 10 at 5 PM. Late Registration and Walk-Ins Welcome.
VENUE DETAILS: Ramada Inn Silicon Valley, 1217 Wildwood Avenue, Sunnyvale, California 94089
COSTS: $20 for Members, $40 for Non-Members, $25 Guests of Members, and $25 for First-Time Attendees.
New non-meal policy ($5 off registration fees): $15 for Members, $35 for Non-Members, $20 Guests of Members, and $20 for First-Time Attendees.
MENU: meat pasta OR vegetarian pasta. Dinner will include salad, bread, and beverages.
As menu is catered, we will try to accommodate as much as possible a meal or meal preference for late registration and walk-ins.
Speaker: Steve Leibson, Director of Corporate Strategy and Marketing at Xilinx
Steve has been marketing to engineers and managers using a wide range of vehicles including print (articles and books), satellite broadcast video, trade shows, conferences, workshops, mail, email, online publishing, websites, webinars, online video, blogs, and finally social media. He’s worked on and off as a consultant over the past four decades and has used these media to consistently and successfully pull in business for himself and his clients. Currently, Steve is a Director of Corporate Strategy and Marketing at Xilinx, the world’s leading FPGA vendor.