Speaking at Think Tank Live! in Milwaukee

I am happy to announce that I am speaking at the Think Tank Live Search Marketing and Social Media Summit scheduled for February 23, 2010 in Milwaukee, WI. I will be presenting on the topic of building a niche community web site utilizing the free and dynamic software combination of WordPress and BuddyPress and how business, and individuals, can leverage the features and components to build a fully functional social community on your own web site. Exciting stuff!

Think Tank Live Search Marketing and Social Media SummitThis conference will focus on educating people on how to utilize internet marketing and social media to drive strategic business results, increase profits, and lower costs.  Think Tank Live is committed to providing high level insights that will provide real-world results for your business.

Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Time: 8:30am – 5pm
Location: Country Springs Hotel, 2810 Golf Road, Waukesha, WI
Tickets: Regular admission – $225.00 prior to the event, and $275.00 at the door. Includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch.

You can read the PR Press Release about the event, and visit the Think Tank Live! web site for more information on the event.

I am privileged to be sharing the speakers podium with other talented individuals such as:

Mary A. DuQuaine: I.M. Think Tank Founder, Community Engagement and Events Specialist Mary A. DuQuaine: I.M. Think Tank Founder, Community Engagement and Events Specialist
David Dalka: Search Engine Marketing Management Consultant, I.M. Think Tank Content Management Advisor David Dalka: Search Engine Marketing Management Consultant, I.M. Think Tank Content Management Advisor
James Bird: Owner, Marshal Firth – Affiliate Marketing James Bird: Owner, Marshal Firth – Affiliate Marketing
Christopher Campbell: Owner, SEO Specialist at Lakeshore Branding Christopher Campbell: Owner, SEO Specialist at Lakeshore Branding
Chris King: SEO & Web Analytics Specialist Chris King: SEO & Web Analytics Specialist
Mert SahinogluMert Sahinoglu: Integrated Marketing Specialist Mert Sahinoglu: Integrated Marketing Specialist
Jo Stumpner: Pay-Per-Click Marketing Specialist Jo Stumpner: Pay-Per-Click Marketing Specialist
Tony Verre: Owner, Silver Arc Search Marketing Tony Verre: Owner, Silver Arc Search Marketing
Seng Weiland, Marketing Consultant Seng Weiland, Marketing Consultant

I’m happy to be a part of Think Tank Live in February – if you’re in the Milwaukee area, I hope you’ll think about going – and if you do, be sure to seek me out to say hello!

11 thoughts on “Speaking at Think Tank Live! in Milwaukee”

  1. Way cool, I’ve always wanted to go to one of these types of confrences but the entry fees aren’t in the ol’ budget. Have a blast!

  2. Hey woman, just catching up with you, been awhile. 🙂

    As usual, you’ve had a lot going on in your life with more on the agenda. Do you have your speech all written already?

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  4. Congrats! That sounds like an amazing conference. I’m sure you will enjoy speaking there and networking with others in the industry. Wish I could attend that one!

  5. Milwaukee is a really cool town, and I hope you enjoy your town. Congratulations on being selected to speak at this Social Media Summit. I’m sure you will impress!

  6. Yes, you can do anything with wordpress. 🙂 But there are so many social networking sites and build-your-own-social-group products already out there that I wonder if wordpress is really the right community. I mean, you can just create a new group of facebook if you’re in a hurry.

  7. It is a good thing I found this post. I usually don’t want to go to any of the events because they cost a fortune. I hear that you can meet great like-minded people and make great connections but the cost always bothers me. I think I am actually going to look into this one! Maybe I will see you there. It would be great if you could actually create a list of inexpensive industry events like this.

  8. The development of wordpress.org sites using Buddypress certainly opens up some really good opportunities. Obviously not every niche is right for socially interactive sites but there are many that will be able to attract a lot more attention, and retain visitors if they do this right.

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