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BE NOTICED!
AT A CONFERENCE
Withthese10tips
lessons I learned while attending Social media marketing world @AshleyBCoombe
Be Bright!
You will be remembered
You'll be easier to find
You'll be more noticable
Joe Pulizzi = Orange
(By wearing brigh...
1 If you know a shortcut, share it!
2 Look at every conversation as an opportunity to
collaborate, not compete
3 People ap...
"Practice the art of JOMO, rather than FOMO."
BEPRESENT
-Mari Smith on the "Joy of Missing Out"
Ian Cleary of RazorSocial had a brilliant idea
that inspired me. He passed out cards
inviting people to his session that e...
Be Funny
Don't take yourself too seriously.
Thank you OfferPop
and The Green
Screen for such a
cool Photo Booth!
Be aware of who lives near you
Hi Denver
Peeps!
BFFs
Get it? "BE" ffs?
Attend the conference with your best
friend. And make new best friends. There
is nothing better tha...
Thank you Emeric!
BeHelpful
be the one to
their picture taken?
people need
take it!
FOLLOW
UP-er
Be a
IMMEDIATELY
Followup is often about
timing, and you never know
what you could change in
someone’s life o...
THANK YOU SO MUCH MICHAEL STELZNER AND TEAM!
BE THANKFUL
Sponsored ByTrip
Business
Follow me:
@ashleybcoombe
Thank You!
I am in no way associated with social media marketing world or any of the individuals...
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Networking at a conference is an important part of building your business. But how do you avoid becoming just another face to the people you meet? Take a look at 10 tips I learned from influencers at Social Media Marketing World, 2014.

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  1. 1. BE NOTICED! AT A CONFERENCE Withthese10tips lessons I learned while attending Social media marketing world @AshleyBCoombe
  2. 2. Be Bright! You will be remembered You'll be easier to find You'll be more noticable Joe Pulizzi = Orange (By wearing bright colors, that is.)
  3. 3. 1 If you know a shortcut, share it! 2 Look at every conversation as an opportunity to collaborate, not compete 3 People appreciate steps they can take more than theories or ideas See Joe Pulizzi's Orange Watch?! Thumbs up to that! Be a Friendly Teacher Be a Teacher Be Friendly! Todd Wheatland of King Content taught us all about slideshare and canva. But then he laughed with us at lunch. He made a point to be accessible and friendly.
  4. 4. "Practice the art of JOMO, rather than FOMO." BEPRESENT -Mari Smith on the "Joy of Missing Out"
  5. 5. Ian Cleary of RazorSocial had a brilliant idea that inspired me. He passed out cards inviting people to his session that explained what we'd learn if we showed up. His session was standing room only. Be Self-Promotional
  6. 6. Be Funny Don't take yourself too seriously. Thank you OfferPop and The Green Screen for such a cool Photo Booth!
  7. 7. Be aware of who lives near you Hi Denver Peeps!
  8. 8. BFFs Get it? "BE" ffs? Attend the conference with your best friend. And make new best friends. There is nothing better than meeting new people with someone you can be more yourself around.
  9. 9. Thank you Emeric! BeHelpful be the one to their picture taken? people need take it!
  10. 10. FOLLOW UP-er Be a IMMEDIATELY Followup is often about timing, and you never know what you could change in someone’s life or business Travis Campbell - Marketing Professor (Click for the very best follow-up article!)
  11. 11. THANK YOU SO MUCH MICHAEL STELZNER AND TEAM! BE THANKFUL
  12. 12. Sponsored ByTrip Business
  13. 13. Follow me: @ashleybcoombe Thank You! I am in no way associated with social media marketing world or any of the individuals in the images!
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