Learn how to maximize social network benefits in Hawaii!
You've heard about MySpace, LinkedIn, Facebook and Digg, but are you involved with Twitter? uStream? Is your podcast in the iTunes Store directory? Are you running out of ideas for your blog or perhaps haven't even started it yet? Do you know how to ensure that your business site always ranks at the top of the search engines?
Now, the big question: do you need to do this for your business to be more successful as we move into 2008 and beyond?
You know you do.
The problem is, who do you turn to for trustworthy, accurate and honest answers, advice that can help you rise above the noise of your marketplace?
And how the heck can you get a free holiday in Hawaii out of the deal?
My answer to you: The Aloha Social Media Summit.
Hold on, don't just rush to the site and check it out, though.
For one thing, later in this posting I'll give you a special discount code that can instantly save you $200 on the conference registration fee.
More importantly, though, it's worth knowing that the Aloha Social Media Summit is guaranteed Powerpoint Free! That's right, my co-host, blogging guru Andy Beal and I have created a two-day conference that's going to be much more like a two-day personal consulting and brainstorming session with a team of industry experts.
That's why we're pricing this event at $2499 per attendee: compare it to having either Andy or I sit down with you for even a single day and you'll suddenly realize that it's a darn good deal. Factor in the other people we'll have joining you in the room and it's an amazing bargain.
Worried how many people will be in the cavernous room? Don't be: we're only going to allow 28 people to register total -- and that number is shrinking as seats are sold! -- and there's no cavern involved. Hammocks, beaches and exotic drinks with umbrellas, yes. Dorky nametags, no.
Nice place to have a conference, eh?
The venue itself, the Hilton Waikoloa Village, is one of the most amazing hotels I've ever visited, a place that really feels like paradise on Earth. From pools full of dolphins (yes, real dolphins) to multiple pools with waterfalls and slides, to hammocks spread throughout the property and gorgeous beaches, it sure as heck beats Vegas or Manhattan.
If you're not just ready, but truly committed to learn how you can take your business to the next stage, quickly, efficiently and effectively, then you're the perfect person to join us in Hawaii on March 18-19 2008 and learn to appreciate the Aloha spirit.
Just don't wait too long: there are only 28 seats available.
Oh, and that discount I talked about? Enter "askdavetaylor" as your discount code and you'll save a sweet $200 which will cover quite a few mai tais while
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