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Come to BlogWell in Austin on Feb. 2 for social media case studies from REI, Toyota, Kellogg’s, and more

BlogWell Austin

We’re thrilled to be bringing BlogWell: How Big Brands Use Social Media to Austin on February 2.

Join us for 8 great case studies in corporate social media from brands like Toyota, Texas Instruments, REI, Kellogg’s, and more.

BlogWell is all about how big brands use social media. No agencies, no startups — just big companies sharing what they’ve learned.

You’ll get practical, how-to advice on creating great content, getting management buy-in, educating employees, keeping lawyers and regulators happy, simple and ethical disclosure, and engaging fans.

You’ll ask questions, discover new ideas, and get answers from people who have been there, done that — all in four hours.

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P.S. If you haven’t been to BlogWell yet, check out a few nice things past attendees have said about it:

“The discussions were thought-provoking and inspirational.”
— Jim Lein, Oracle

“I came away inspired, energized, and with a nice bundle of new best practices to apply.”
— Ed Nicholson, Tyson Foods

“An amazing amount of useful material was presented in a timely, efficient way.”
— Donna Speigel, Crate and Barrel

“A well organized and well executed conference.”
— Todd Blecher, Boeing

“One of the best seminars of this type that I’ve seen in a long time.”
— Sandra Buettner, Johnson Controls

“A great forum for social media professionals to collaborate and learn from each other’s lessons and successes.”
— Jennie Ecclestone, General Motors

“The most valuable source for staying current on B2C and B2B social marketing techniques in Fortune 500 companies.”
— Paul Dunay, Avaya

“One of the most organized and informative events all year.”
— Jackie Bona, Google

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