By Dez Duran-Lamanilao
Y’all Connect is a blogging/social media conference held yearly in Birmingham, Alabama. It features leading experts in blogging and social media to help business owners and managers define, express and share their stories. This year’s edition will happen on August 11, at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) East Meeting Rooms in Druid Hills.
Regular ($149.00) and VIP ($249.00) tickets will be sold only until July 28. A regular ticket allows admission to daylong conference and post-party, including two meals: continental breakfast and lunch, and a snack. Attendees will also enjoy discounts on post-conference products and a chance at great door prizes. Additional perks for a VIP ticket include exclusive pre-party on August 10, VIP lounge with snacks and beverages, and front row guaranteed seat at all sessions with tables and power strips. Tickets are non-refundable but transferable.
If you are not available on August 11, you can stream and download all 12-hour long seminar videos that will be available after August 25, 2017, and will cost $59.00.
Whether you are a chief executive officer, a marketing/communications officer, a content management professional or a blogger/social media professional, Y’all Connect will give you a wide range of opportunities to learn from the best in the social media sector, receive practical takeaways that you can put to use immediately, and experience southern hospitality. Some of the topics that were discussed in the previous year’s conference include innovation and change in social media, understanding the audience’s content need, and building relationships with bloggers.
As brands continue to find ways to build their reputation and gain followers, apart from natural methods, marketing professionals are turning to social media for their campaigns and initiatives. Attending conferences such as the Y’all Connect and partnering with the right marketing and advertising agency will give your organization the boost it needs to attract new customers and keep current client base.