‘AllFacebook Marketing Conference’ November 19 in London : Diagnosing your Facebook Marketing Performance
- Facebook Marketing Conference set for November 19 in London
- Explore the impact of the Open Graph
- Learn how Facebook’s Open Graph facilitates and reinforces the importance of fostering consumer-to-consumer sharing. Projjol Banerjea will discuss how marketers can benefit from these fresh opportunities.
It’s simple enough for a business to create a Facebook page but all too often there can be a subsequent lack of focus on what targeting and creative combinations are growing the follower base and delivering real revenue-generating results. Accordingly, the AllFacebook Marketing Conference will provide proven solutions for building brands and engaging prospective customers.http://linkd.in/PC2C3q
With an emphasis on Facebook innovations and monetization issues, the conference promises to deliver case studies and real-world perspectives that will offer attendees access to the latest Facebook tools, apps, demographics, research and advertising opportunities.
For the one-day event conference organizers WebMediaBrands , Social Times ,AllFacebook and Rising Media will bring together such marketing professionals, digital media experts, social media veterans and business owners as …
Karl Havard, Client Strategy Director, TBG Digital; Fahad Khan, Founder and CEO, One Public, Inc.; Matt Peters, Founder and Creative Director, Pandemic Labs; and Ruben Quinones, Director of New Media, Path Interactive.
Sessions include such topics as The Science of Social: Facebook Engagement; The Impact of Facebook’s Open Graph on Marketers; Diagnosing your Facebook Marketing Performance; and News From The Edge: The Latest Developments from Facebook.
More information and registration is available on the AllFacebook Marketing Conference site , with reduced pricing in effect prior to October 20, 2012.
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