Visit http://www.SocialSouth.org for more information on speakers, schedules and location.
What is Social South?
For two days in August (21st & 22nd) some of the brightest minds in the social media and social networking industry will converge in the Deep South for Social South, Deep Fried Social Media. It’s the first event of it’s kind in the Southeast region and it’s your chance to hear nationally recognized social media professionals at an affordable and easy-to-get-to location. We’re bringing together the experts that can answer the question: What should my business be doing in social media to excel in today’s economic climate? There will be three different tracks including Social Media marketing, Web Development & Design and PR.
Who Should Attend?
Social South is for anyone interested in or involved with digital marketing. It’s an opportunity to network with your Southern peers and mingle with the experts in social media, web development and online Public Relations. You should attend if you are a:
- Small business owner
- VP of Marketing or Advertising
- Marketing director or manager
- PR professional
- Community manager
- Social media marketer
- Web developer
- Web designer
Who is Social South?
The organizing committee for Social South is comprised of marketing professionals located throughout the Southeast U.S. The organization is led by Scott Schablow, Chief Strategic Officer, Provenance Digital Media. Scott picked up the gauntlet thrown last year by Ike Pigott, along with several other marketers who saw a need for a regional social media conference. Time ran short and it was decided to stage the conference in 2009. This year the conference is shaping up to be a world-class event.
The conference has two main goals:
1) To create a forum where the future of online media and advertising is discussed and how the tools involved in social media are changing that landscape.
2) To showcase the nation’s most talented social media minds with Birmingham and the South East as the backdrop.
When & Where
Produced in conjunction with Internet Professionals Society of Alabama and Social Media Club Birmingham.