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"10 Steps to Social Media Success". MENGDC Meeting Thu. Feb 21st 2013

(Video credit Washington Business Journal - Minority Business Leaders Award 2012)

Mark Feldman Co-Chair of MENGDC is a well connected person and I am honored that we have known each other for a  longtime. MENG is the Marketing Executives Networking Group,

I am looking forward to speaking at the MENG DC's Thursday, February 21st meeting that will focus on "10 Steps to Social Media Success". 

From my experience at Network Solutions ( and my teaching at Georgetown I will touch on
  • How businesses should set up a social media program -- Tools and techniques you need to be successful
  • Critical elements of creating a "social brand"
  • Avoid corporate and internal headaches - how to establish social media policies and procedures and ways to manage social media in an organization 
  • Integrating social media into existing marketing channels
Location & Time This meeting is at the downtown DC offices of National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), 2001 Pennsylvania Ave, NW - the James Monroe Bldg (on the corner of 20th and the merge with "I" St, NW), Suite 500, Washington, DC 20006 

Guests welcome but  ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED (including for security admission) for all attendees at: (Registration fee covers snacks and beverages)

Seating is limited; registrations will be cut off at 30. Hope to see you there. if you cannot make it please forward this to your favorite marketing executive.


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