Is 2012 the year the consumer took control? I’ve got a new marketing keynote presentation that asks and attempts to answer that question.
Blogs, tweets, posts, apps, emails and videos – available everywhere and providing more deals, reviews, demonstrations, consumer feedback and more with each passing second.
It’s the blessing and the curse of the information age – a virtually endless stream of data that hurtles toward consumers and businesses like a firehose blasting a teacup.
How do you find what you need? How do you separate the good from the bad, and maybe most importantly, how can you – as a player in the game – practically leverage all this interconnected stuff to impact your business for the better?
Watch and hear and learn how to apply the fundamentals yourself in this brave, new world.
What’s it take to let your voice be heard? Find out in Practically Social: Practical Applications of Social Media.
This new keynote presentation can run anywhere from 45-90 minutes. In its debut in Indianapolis in October, here’s what attendees had to say:
- He is great.
- so inspiring!
- Emphasis on strategy was great. Best social media talk I’ve heard.
- Thank you for sharing your material slides electronically!
- Thank you for your time. I will try twitter! Cancel my Facebook!
- Really enjoyed Tim Miles breakout – very practical and honest information
- Great speaker – definitely heartfelt & inspiring
- More than practical “how-to’s” – very insightful and thought-provoking ways to look at the world
- Thank you for modeling introversion center stage.
- This was a really great session. Tim is very entertaining, informative, and engaging.
- Tim Miles – excellent.
- Thank you!
- Made the conference worth the effort to attend!
- He is spectacular! Simple, concise, practical, engaged conversation. Deserves a higher scale than 5.
- Thanks! Very engaging!
- Great! I really enjoyed this session! Thanks!
- Wonderful! Very engaging & knowledgable.
Practically Social also contains valuable tips from online marketing expert and CEO of Shortcut Blogging, Paul Boomer, on how to use social media to critically – and valuably – listen while so many others are trying to be heard.
I’ve got a limited number of speaking engagement opportunities available in Q1 and several openings throughout the rest of 2013. For more about my different talks and workshops, please check out my speaking page.