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Four MidWest Social Media Events To Consider Attending Fall of 2015

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Fall is a busy time of year when it comes to blog and social media conferences. There are several right here in the Midwest, which is where I call home. I’d like to introduce you to four conferences that I think you should consider attending. You don’t have to attend all of them, but why not consider attending one of them? Keep in mind, this is just four of several that are available in the Midwest.

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Midwest Influencers Conference

Chicago is home to the first of its kind- Midwest Influencers Conference, which is focusing on bloggers that call the Midwest home. Oct. 2-4, 2015 is its first appearance and I am delighted to be speaking at this event. Being a Midwesterner myself, I hope to inspire others to make local connections, as they do matter. Interested in going to the Windy City? Here’s were to register and what you can expect to learn.

Social Media Summit Midwest

Are you a small business owners in the Midwest? NIACC in Mason City, Iowa, is where you will find The Social Media Summit Midwest, on Oct. 24, 2015.                                                                      Marketing MidWest LogoThis may be the conference that is just perfect for you and your small business. As a co-sponsor of this event, I can tell you that you will be inspired and ready to turn up your marketing game. Our speaker line up is a nice variety and our goal is to give you tools that you can use immediately after the conference. How often do you leave a conference and have no idea how to use the tools you have been given? We hope to take care of that issue. Co-sponsors/organizers along with Social Connections, LLC are Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center and the Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce. Register here to attend the Social Media Summit Midwest on Oct. 24, 2015. One day packed with information to help you turn up your marketing game in the Midwest.

Bloggy Conference

Bloggy Conference is held in Sandusky, Ohio on September 18-20, 2015. If you want to learn more about stepping up your blogging game in a smaller setting, this is your go to conference in the Midwest. This is the fifth year that I have attended this event and I have made valuable connections every single year. Myself, Jennifer Flaa and Donna Hup of the North Iowa Bloggers, are speaking on a panel and talking about how you can be successful blogging anywhere. It doesn’t matter if you live in a big city, rural America or a farm- bloggers can have success. And another cool thing about this conference, is the fact that it is family friendly.

Bloggy Conference 2015 Preview Video from Bloggy Moms on Vimeo.

While you are attending a conference, your kids can have fun at Cedar Point– the roller coaster capital of the world! Tickets are still available- register here!

Social Media Rockstar Event

Southwestern Minnesota is home to the Social Media Rockstar Event. This conference is held on September 16,2015 and offers a nice variety of sessions on social media. Pat Palmer, a local North Iowan, owns a computer repair business (The Computer Guy) has attended this conference and recommends it to folks that attend the North Iowa Social Media Breakfast Club. He states, “The Social Media Rockstar Event is something I go to so I can gain a different perspective of Social Media. Their conference is fast paced, but has 2 different tracts so that no matter if you are just a beginner or a bit more advanced, you will get something out of the event. This will be my third year going to the event and it looks better than ever. Jason Falls is once again the headline speaker and always provides technical, but practical advice for those who dabble in social media! Sarah and her staff deserve a bit pat on the back for the work they put into the event.” Want to be a Social Media Rockstar in your business? Buy your ticket here.

The Midwest offers several opportunities for all of us to step up our marketing game this Fall. It’s truly up to each of you to make the plunge and jump in and attend. It is an investment of time and money, but in the long run, you and your business will be the winners. I hope to see you at some of these events this Fall.

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