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Expert Online Marketing panel at OMS San Francisco during Connected Marketing Week

ClickZ Connected Marketing WeekClickZ Connected Marketing Week and the Online Marketing Summit (OMS) have teamed up this year for five full days of marketing education and conversation. On Tuesday, August 10th, OMS presents one full day of social media integration and execution, including a panel I will be co-hosting at 4:15 pm, entitled “Privacy, Trust, Mobile, Social, Local, and Emerging Trends.”

In this one-hour panel discussion, a variety of topics will be covered, including:

  • Trust and privacy concerns in online marketing
  • Emergence of mobile sites and applications
  • Putting down the bullhorn and engaging communities in social media
  • Top trends to watch in online marketing

If you have not registered for Connected Marketing Week or OMS, be sure to check it out. Register today and be sure to visit the Marketwire booth. Look forward to seeing you there.

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