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February 1, 2011 - 0 Comments

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn – all social media tools that have created a cultural shift in how we communicate. But can they help you sell? The answer is yes.

If you are responsible for sales or marketing, this event is for you.

During this free WebEx, our panel of experts will help you make sense of how social media and how it can have a positive impact on almost every aspect of sales. Social media is influencing buying behavior and can help you move customers through the buying cycle faster.

Reserve your spot today. Register here.

Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman and CEO of OgilvyOne will facilitate a panel of thought leaders who will share their knowledge and experiences in using social media to create powerful sales strategies. Meet the panelists:

Sam Decker
Sam’s marketing, sales and product experience spans 18 years in B2C & B2B, for startups and Fortune 50 companies.

Brian Carroll
CEO of InTouch and author of Lead Generation for the Complex Sale (McGraw-Hill) and the B2B Lead Generation Blog has experience with B2B marketing, lead generation and complex sales.

Barbara Weaver Smith
Founder and president of The Whale Hunters®, Barbara has an exceptional leadership background that began in higher education and successfully transitioned to entrepreneurship. With partner Larry Smith, she built the consulting firm Smith Weaver Smith, Inc., now celebrating 15 years of significant achievement in the education and economic sectors.

Our panel will help you learn to use social media to:

* Understand how it affects buyer behavior

* Identify social media trends as they relate to the sales cycle

* Evolve strategies for communication and outreach

You will:

* Get tips and best practices for applying what you learn from social media

* Discover ways to develop social media-inclusive sales strategies

* Learn how social media can help with prospecting and engagement

DETAILS: Thursday, February 3, 9am PT  |  12pm ET  Register now!

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