Social Media ROI: Convert Visitors Into Customers From Your Social Profiles

Our June speaker is a true genius when it comes to converting visitors to customers using social media. His latest startup, Flowtown, has gained more than 10,000 customers and grew its Facebook page from 0 fans to almost 3,000 in a matter of months. He will help you to: - Discover which of your customers are using social media - Demystify the world of social media in 3 simple steps - Tips & Tricks around Blogging, Facebook and Twitter - Convert visits into customers from your social profiles - 2 Case Studies from Real Small Businesses - 7 Tools that will save you hundreds of hours
Agenda: 6:30-7 Registration & Networking 7-8:30 Presentation (with 45 min for Q&A) 8:30-9 More Networking
Speaker Ethan Bloch is the co-founder of Flowtown, a social media marketing platform for small businesses. Ethan, born and bred in Baltimore, started his first business,, when he was 13 and used IRC to direct marketing product to thousands of targeted customers. More recently he used the social media to attract an audience for a his hit internet TV show: WSYK, which was later syndicated to Revision3. Now living in San Francisco, Bloch spends the majority of his time looking at ways to help small businesses generate a real ROI from their social media activities. Bloch is passionately involved in improving classrooms in America through the non-profit,
Cost: $10 - first 20 entrepreneurs $15 - regular $20 - at the door
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  • A former member
    A former member

    Learned a lot=met some great people-and yes, the beverages and food were good.
    Ethan-thank you, very informative.

    June 30, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Ethan was great!

    June 30, 2010

  • Johan L.

    Would love to go - but have assignments still in Stockholm. Sounds like a fab event!

    June 28, 2010

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