Thursday, October 8, 2009
Hands-On Internet Marketing Workshop Announced at Controversies Conference.
What do you call people of childbearing age? If you're 40 and over, you would call them twenty or thirty something’s. If you're under 40, they are known as; millennials or digital natives. Most obstetricians, midwives, family physicians, childbirth educators and administrators are in the over 40 category. They need to get their message heard by pregnant women, i.e., millennials. Just as you didn't like your parents music, and your children don't like your music, most birth care providers don't know how to create and place a message that the millennials will hear and act upon. At the 2009 Controversies in Childbirth Conference, super geek, and frustrated birth advocate, Laureen Hudson, presented an amazing seminar on getting your message heard. Of course, one hour is insufficient to learn how to bridge the digital generation gap. Laureen has agreed to a, full afternoon, hands-on workshop with participants encouraged to bring your laptops, so you not only learn, but you actually: Create an online presence on; Websites, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Blogs. Including: How to build an audience How much time will it take The importance of your online reputation How to be found on search engines What works What you should avoid and much more... Space is extremely limited because of the limited number of WiFi connections and you are urged to register now at the conference website: http://www.birthconference.org The Controversies in Childbirth Conference will be held February 19-21, 2010, in Tampa, Florida. Laureen’s pre-conference workshop will be held on Thursday, February 18th. This is an amazing opportunity to improve your business marketing and learn to digitally connect with patients and clients. Hope to see you in Tampa! Alan