I’m sorry to report that due to insufficient signups Utech has been canceled. We simply couldn’t get the numbers to provide the quality of event that our speakers and sponsors deserve. The people that we did have signup were stellar. However, it seems like there needs to be far more education and marketing to get the needed support base for this conference. Too bad, because it was going to be good!
If your company is not capitalizing on the continued growth of the Internet, it’s time to start.
- 21 Proven Techniques to Bring in More Internet Sales
- How Spending Under $100 on a Press Release One Time can Bring you New Customers for Years. (Southwest Airlines traced over $80K in profit directly to a press release).
- How to be seen as an Authority in your Industry AND Rank Higher on Google with blogging.
- Outsource up to 30% of your Marketing to Online Salespeople who you only pay when they Bring you Sales.
U|Tech is October 18th from 9am to 5pm in Sandy, Utah.
Keynote speaker: Paul Allen, Serial Entrepreneur and Internet Marketing expert.
- 2nd highest number of Forbes 200 Best Small Companies per capita in 2004.
- 4th highest number of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 companies per capita.
- Home to many successful Internet-based companies including Omniture, Logoworks, Backcountry.com, and 1-800-Contacts.
Register Now for Best Rate! Also, check out ePIFany, a conference for entrepreneurs. When you register check that you also want to go to U|Tech and get a package rate for both conferences!
U|Tech 2006 The Internet Marketing Conference for Businesses
Wednesday, October 18, 2006 – 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Salt Lake Community College – Miller Campus – 9750 South 300 West Sandy, Utah
$149 before September 18, $199 thereafter
Light breakfast and lunch included (directions)
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“marketers and PR professionals at companies of all sizes need to add blog literacy to their skill sets.” – EMarketer June 2005
Emarketer reports that about 5.8% of Fortune 500 firms blog. The number is growing. It’s easier for your business to make an impact now than it will be in a future, more crowded blogsphere. 14% of people on the Internet read blogs. They are most often white collar workers and business owners.
Every day about 80,000 new blogs are created. That’s a new blog every second.
Even if you don’t blog, your business should use Technorati to track what influential bloggers are saying about your business or brand.
Blake Snow will speak at U|Tech about blogging for business. I recently spoke with Rob Merrill a technical recruiter who blogs to find qualified candidates for jobs. Meet and network with other successful bloggers like him at U|Tech.
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