Posted August 18, 2008 9:05 am by with 4 comments

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OK, pay attention! With many folks offline at various conferences this week, this is your chance to secure one of only 25 seats for a very exclusive conference: the Aloha Social Media Summit.

Picture this: You, me, the Om Malik, Biz Stone (co-founder of Twitter), Peter Shankman (the Help a Reporter genius), Susan Bratton (social media diva), Dave Taylor (the man, the legend) and other social media gurus, sitting in beautiful Boulder, CO learning cutting-edge social media tactics!

Drooling yet? It’s gets better!

No boring PowerPoint, no stale boxed-lunches, and no sales pitches from speakers, more interested in signing you up as a client, than actually helping you.

This is your chance to tap the minds of some of the smartest people in social media–all willing to help you create a killer social media campaign.

The event is strictly limited to just 25 attendees and takes place October 6-7. As a reader of Marketing Pilgrim, you can save $250 by using the discount code “FOA” (Friends of Andy). 🙂

P.S. Why Aloha Social Media Summit? The original summit was held in Hawaii and we thought we’d keep the theme. Want to know just how valuable the summit is? Check out the video below.

  • Looks AWESOME – wish I could make it…maybe next year.

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  • It looks fantastic to me as well but i guess i have to wait for more a year or so to make enough money in order to pay the fees($2499) and attend such Summits.

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  • I would like to join this social media training programme. It is really and awesome and important to know some new trick and tips of social networking.

    Thanks to share this 🙂

  • Hi Andy.

    We obviously can’t make it as we are based in Scotland, but it would be good to keep in contact as this is something we are looking to introduce more into our courses over here in the UK. We have already had some interest in our podcast training, but nothing concrete yet.

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