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AIM Institute hosting Social Media Workshop by Jimmy Hendricks

March 24, 2009 by

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Several months back, Silicon Prairie News gave away a handful of tickets to the AIM Institute’s Web 2.0 Series featuring Jimmy Hendricks of Collarfree.com

Jimmy’s experience in Omaha was so positive, that he’s back for a full-day workshop about all things social media. Make plans to attend what is sure to be an insightful and interesting event…

The goal of this workshop is to give you the tools and training to grow your career and/or business using social media tools. The format is hands-on training and incorporates blogging, and leveraging social networking tools like LinkedIn, Ning, Twitter, Facebook and more.

Date: March 27th, 2009 Time: 9:00am – 4:30pm, Social event to follow @ 6:00pm Where: Gallup Campus (map) Cost: $79 (purchase tickets)

A note from Jimmy about the event…

We are excited to have you at the first social media conference hosted by Artistic Hub. We have spent a lot of time creating a curriculum for you to effectively harness social media personally and professionally.

We believe 2 things:

  1. There are a lot of tools out there, but only a few necessary ones to get the biggest results
  2. Success with social media is directly related to the idea of Social Capital

Our workshop is going to focus on these two things and give you tools you need to be successful.

You will leave today with a new or improved blog, an effective LinkedIn account, an understanding of Facebook ads, your own social community on Ning, and the knowledge to harness Twitter effectively.

Our number one goal is for you to walk away with the skills to improve your career, life, or business through social media with the ability to implement these immediately.

Thanks for coming out!

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