MILWAUKEE, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Integrated Marketing Think Tank is launching a one-day seminar, Think Tank Live! Search Marketing & Social Media Summit. The February 23, 2010 event will focus on educating businesspeople on how to utilize internet marketing and social media to drive strategic business results, increase profits, and lower operating costs. We offer a clear, highly actionable vision of how to use online marketing tools in an effective and relevant manner.
All of the speakers are experienced digital marketing professionals from Wisconsin or northern Illinois. Business leaders will learn emerging best practices for online marketing channels, how to align their business to acquire customers on the web and increase profitability and ROI.
"We will help finance, business and marketing executives identify effective long term strategies and focus on managing business profitability instead of chasing the latest marketing tactic of the month," said David Dalka, opening session web marketing business strategy speaker. "As consumers increasingly use search engines like Google, marketing is becoming accountable and more relevant. This has the potential to improve profit and increase revenue which is vital to business survival today."
"We want to create an event that goes well beyond glorified networking and tactics," said Mary DuQuaine, Founder and President of I.M. Think Tank. "This conference is designed to provide professionals with practical ideas that create online marketing results."
SEMINAR FOCUS: Educating people on how to use the Internet for strategic business and marketing goals.
SCHEDULED TOPICS: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) • Digital Marketing Strategy • SEM / Pay Per Click • Web Analytics • Online Reputation Management • Social Media • Facebook • Twitter • WordPress
LOCATION: Country Springs Hotel, 2810 Golf Road, Waukesha, Wisconsin
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Small and Medium Size Business Owners, C-Level Executives (CMO, CEO, CFO, COO), Marketing, Branding & Corporate Communications Managers, Directors of Public Relations and Advertising Specialists, Retained Executive Recruiters, Members Board of Directors, Information Technology and Web Design Professionals.
DATE: Tuesday, February 23, 2010, 8AM-5PM, Check in & voluntary web site audits begin at 8AM sharp!
SPONSORS: PR Newswire (media), Top Floor Technologies, ExPrT Exhibits, others to be announced shortly
REGISTRATION FEE: $225.00, includes lunch. For more information and to register please visit: http://www.thinktanklive.com/register/
NEWSPAPERS, RADIO AND TV INTERESTING STORY & INTERVIEW IDEAS:
- If Porters of Racine had changed marketing channel mix might they still be a thriving business?
- Wisconsin lost 413 manufacturers and 31,296 industrial jobs in the one year period ending June 30, 2009, according to the Wisconsin Manufacturers Register®. We can explain to your readers how new marketing techniques can attract international customers to Wisconsin businesses and revitalize business growth!
Contact: Mary DuQuaine, Founder and President, I.M. Think Tank, (414) 367-9725
Twitter (@ThinkTankLive), conference tag #ttlmke
About I.M. Think Tank / Think Tank Live: I.M. Think Tank is a collective group of integrated marketing professionals in Chicago and Milwaukee. The group provides conferences and customized executive retreat and training events with in-depth strategies on how to create online and offline communication channels. Each member represents different specialties within digital marketing.
Target Wisconsin Attendee Geographies: Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Appleton, Waukesha, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Sheboygan, Fond du Lac, Brookfield, Menomonee Falls, Franklin, Oshkosh, Janesville, Princeton, London, Columbia, Cornell, Texas, Owen, Babson, Wausau, Manitowoc
Target Illinois Attendee Geographies: Rockford, Harvard, Waukegan, Arlington Heights, Schaumburg, Deerfield, Northbrook, Evanston, Gurnee, Lincolnshire, Libertyville, Lake Forest, Mettawa, North Chicago, Glenview, Rosemont, Hoffman Estates, Highland Park, Wilmette, Winnetka, Kenilworth, Glencoe, Barrington
SOURCE I.M. Think Tank