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You’re Invited to the Socialpalooza

I’m excited to let you know that I’m an instructor for Social Media Success Summit 2010.

I believe this will be the most comprehensive, useful collection of Webinars (education in your jammies rules) ever compiled about social media.

Over ~30 days, there are 24 sessions about everything social media, and because it’s totally virtual, one registration can cover your entire team or company, and you get access to a registrants-only Linkedin group and other networking opportunities.

When you routinely see single Webinars being priced at $100 or more, to include 24 of them for $297 is a flat-out steal. (if you can’t make any of the Webinar dates/times, you get access to the recordings for a year)

In addition to yours truly (I’ll be presenting on my popular social media strategy process, updated considerably for 2010), presenters include:

  • Guy Kawasaki
  • Chris Brogan
  • Darren Rowse of Problogger
  • Brian Clark of Copyblogger
  • Ann Handley of MarketingProfs (disclosure: client)
  • Mari Smith (queen of Facebook)
  • Jason Falls
  • Steve Rubel

…and corporate social media honchos from Best Buy, Groupon, foursquare, HomeDepot, Whole Foods, Domino’s and more.

This program is being produced by Mike Stelzner, who runs the successful Social Media Examiner site (where I write monthly). He knows what he’s doing, and I can assure you the content will be solid.

I hope you’ll consider registering for the Social Media Success Summit, and if you do, please use and promote this link (http://www.tinyurl.com/jaybaer) – if you do, I’ll make a few bucks. (remind me next time I see you, and drinks are on me)

I don’t want to be Mr. Hype about this or anything, but they are cutting off sign-ups at something like 1,250 and given that Guy Kawasaki can probably drive that many registrations with one tweet, if you’re interested I wouldn’t wait too long.

Thanks as always. Let me know what you think of the curriculum.