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Swami Starts the Week : April 30th 2012

Every Monday (usually) I meet with Bob London at the Panera Bread  in Fallsgrove, Rockville MD and the result of this meeting is usually a video we call  "Marketing Confessional". Occasionally others will stop by and have a conversation. We welcome small business owners who want to get some questions answered to stop by.
This week I am going to be speaking at the Washington Business Journal Offices with Elizabeth Shea on "Make Social Media Work for Your Business" followed by Happy Hour at Cafe Asia in Arlington. Hope to see you there RSVP
I am also excited by my trip to Chicago at the end of the week for SOBCON . Sobcon is a must attend event and I learn a lot from it and meet old friends and make new ones. It is not a big conference and the organizers Liz Strauss and Terri Starbucker want to keep it that way to maintain the involvement and engagement. You should consider attending.

Here is the latest edition of Marketing Confessional:


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