My Online Reputation Management Workshop takes place at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, January 14th, 2009. It’s the day after the Affiliate Summit finishes, so why not stay on for the extra day?
The workshop is limited to just 25 attendees, each receiving training in the following areas of expertise:
- Managing your Google reputation
- Reputation management and public relations
- Managing your reputation on industry review web sites
- Managing your brand via blogs
- Using social networks to build your reputation
- Tactics for monitoring your reputation
- Tactics for defending a reputation attack
If you want to attend–and want to save $300 in the process–you must register by December 1st.
Whether you’re responsible for your company’s brand management, or want to add reputation management services to you client services, this is your only chance to learn just about everything I know on the topic.
Need convincing? Look at what past attendees had to say:
“This all day session with Andy was awesome and invaluable. Andy walked us through right and wrong ways to manage both individual and corporate reputations, showing example after glaring example of both the good and the bad” – Steve Krull, The Krull Group
“No doubt, Andy is the” online reputation management expert” and he doesn’t hold anything back in his workshop…I gathered a treasure chest full of information and tips to add to my arsenal for managing my own AND my companies’ online reputation.” – Jeff Kershner, DealerRefresh
“Andy Beal’s workshop was very valuable. Not only did it help me take my online reputation management skills to a new level, it gave me a chance to ask some of the looming questions I had regarding SEO as well. It was filled with great content, helpful suggestions, and personalized answers that kickstarted my skills to a new level. Highly suggested.” - Brian Moynihan, WilsonSloan.com
“The ORM Workshop was time very well spent for my company. Andy is definitely the top person in the ORM space- the strategies taught in this workshop are more valuable to our company’s business reputation (and bottom line) than any other adverstising spend this year.” – Ronald Kerensky, Schumacher Homes