SimpliFlying hosts roundtable discussion for airlines in social media, at Inbound Marketing Summit 2009
Do you drive the activity on the Facebook fan page for your airline? Or Tweet for your airport? Or are you thinking of getting your travel firm onto social media but don’t know how to tackle the risks?
Social media practitioners know that the place to see and be seen is the Inbound Marketing Summit. And in Boston this October 7-8, SimpliFlying has partnered with New Media Labs to create a special by invitation-only session for social media practitioners (and wannabes) in aviation and hospitality industry.
Entitled “25 lessons in social media and travel in less than 100 mins – For practitioners, by practitioners”, the session will bring together the best known practitioners of social media in travel in one room to share best practices, lessons learnt and challenges faced while implementing social media strategy in their respective organizations. It’s learning from your peers at its best. Moreover, hear from Chris Brogan, Justin Levy and me about what the future would look like, and what you can do today to stay on the cutting edge.
This is as exclusive as it gets. If you’ve been invited, you have earned that seat on the table. If you think you or someone else from your airline/airport/hotel deserves a spot on the table, please feel free to email me or send me a Tweet about it. There is no additional cost for attending this special session. And you get to attend all sessions in the Summit too.
To register for the Inbound Marketing Summit in Boston, you may click here. Specially for SimpliFlying readers, if you register by the end of this week (Oct 3, 2009), you can save $50 on the registration fee, by entering the code ” Travel50″ upon checkout.
See you in Boston!