SEJ’s Brent Csutoras has been booked to speak at two prestigious search marketing conventions this coming week. On November 18th Brent will be at the State of Search Conference in Richardson, Texas. Two days later, on November 20th, Brent will be at SMX Social Media Marketing in Las Vegas.
State of Search – November 18th
What’s Snoo With Reddit
November 18th, 9:30 – 10:20 a.m.
Social Media Track
Brent will be speaking about Reddit at State of Search, the much loved and much revered “front page of the Internet.”
For those not familiar with Reddit, Brent will be there to tell you exactly what it is. More importantly, he will talk about how you have to look at it to succeed.
There are certain tricks to improve your success on Reddit, such as Reddit Ads, and Brent will explain when & how to use those to your advantage.
Within Reddit there are a seemingly endless amount of SubReddits, so Brent will explain how and where to submit your content, as well as how to improve your chances of success with each submission.
SMX Social Media Marketing – November 20th
Blogging & Content: Social Success Starts Here (#smx #11A)
November 20th, 7:30am – 9:00am
Two days after the State of Search Conference, Brent will be making the trip to Las Vegas for SMX Social Media. Brent will be starting the day bright and early on the Content Track to talk about social media success with a panel of his peers.
As social networks come and go, the one thing that stays consistent is great content being the key to getting noticed. Having a blog makes for an ideal hub for your social media efforts.
This will be a conversation-style panel, meaning completely PowerPoint-free! Brent and other panelists will share best practices and new tactics for making your blog the center point of your social media marketing campaigns.
Brent is as friendly as they come, and loves to chat about all things social media. If you’re attending either of these conventions, don’t be shy to approach him with questions about social media marketing, search marketing, or just to say hi.