Social Media Seminars Before and During NADA 2010

I have the honor and privilege of participating in two batches of automotive social media seminars in Orlando this year. One, the Automotive Marketing Boot Camp, will be more of a training-class setting that includes 5 trainers offering their insights for nearly 4 hours each on different aspects of marketing. I am doing the classes on social media itself.

Even though 4 hours seems to be a long time, believe it or not you could double that time and still have more to cover in the realm of social media for car dealers. The opportunities are endless, the risks are many, but regardless of what a dealer does or doesn’t want to do in social media, they need to understand that having a presence in some form or fashion is required, even if just as a defensive stance against those who would go after their name.

This event is not for those people. It’s for people who are ready to take their marketing to the next level. Hands-on, extremely informative, with small classroom settings geared to give everyone a one-on-one feel and to be able to take away tremendous value from the event.

During NADA, we will be working with our partners at KPA in a conference room downstairs from the expo. These will be shorter – approximately 30 minutes each – and will give an overview of social media but will also have “surprises” and insights that attendees will be able to utilize immediately.

Schedules for both are nearly finalized and will be posted everywhere shortly. Until then, feel free to contact me with any questions.

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Read more about automotive social media on this social media blog.

About JD Rucker

+JD Rucker is Editor at Soshable, a Social Media Marketing Blog. He is a Christian, a husband, a father, and founder of Dealer Authority. He drinks a lot of coffee, usually in the form of a 5-shot espresso over ice. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Comments

  1. Wow, I really like that camouflage binder :)

    Maybe you could give some more “insiders” details on these seminars?

  2. The posts are useful for many people. They give a lot of necessary information.

  3. I look forward to the “surprise” from your future posts.

  4. I would rather I can participate in the social media seminars.

  5. it is an interesting article on social media and Automotive Marketing Boot Camp is definitely help them who are interested.

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