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Social Media Success Summit 2010 and Mojo Marketing Action Plan – Two Exciting Announcements

I have two exciting announcements for you today!

As some of you will have seen on Twitter, I have been bursting to tell you about these pieces of news but I had to wait until everything was ready. It’s such a relief to be able to share with you now as these are two things I am both looking forward to and very proud of.

First, Melani Ward and I have put together something very cool for anyone who would like to launch a business, product, service or program without all the icky stuff. Of course there are freebies to whet your appetite for the full program. We are kicking off with three free classes recorded in MP3 format for your computer or iPod:

  • What authority and mojo have to do with success,
  • The two most important factors that influence your brand and positioning in the market,
  • How not to blunder through your next launch …

To find out more and to get the three free audio classes, go ahead right now and sign up at Mojo Marketing Action Plan.

The second is something that was a huge success last year and I am sure you will love even more this time around. Yup, the Social Media Success Summit is back, and Mike, Denise, Mari and I have been conspiring to make it bigger and better!

Social Media Success Summit 2010 is the web’s largest live online conference that will empower you to use social media to gain more exposure, better engage customers and grow your business. The world’s leading social media gurus will show you how. Join 24 experts, including Guy Kawasaki (author, Art of the Start), Chris Brogan (author, Social Media 101), Darren Rowse (author, ProBlogger), Mari Smith (author, Facebook Marketing), Greg Jarboe (author, YouTube and Video Marketing), Kim Dushinski (author, Mobile Marketing Handbook); experts from Best Buy, Home Depot, Whole Foods, Foursquare and Groupon; Steve Rubel (Edelman), Ann Handley (MarketingProfs), Brian Clark (Copyblogger), Jason Falls (Social Media Explorer), Jay Baer (Convince & Convert) and Ramon De Leon (Chicago Domino’s Pizza)—just to mention a few

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  1. Congratulations, Chris! I’ve already signed up for the Mojo Marketing and the first class was great, can’t wait for the other two.

  2. Congratulations, Chris! I’ve already signed up for the Mojo Marketing and the first class was great, can’t wait for the other two.

  3. Well, this is great! As a new i’m-into-business blogger, I would be looking forward for this opportunities!Thanks Chris!

  4. Well, this is great! As a new i’m-into-business blogger, I would be looking forward for this opportunities!Thanks Chris!

  5. Thanks and congratulations Chris,

    Looking forward to the unveiling and downloading now.
    devin

  6. Thanks and congratulations Chris,

    Looking forward to the unveiling and downloading now.
    devin

  7. @Brandon – Cool, thanks 🙂

    @BIZZNURSE – Hope you like them 🙂

    @Devin – This is where the real effort starts 🙂

  8. @Brandon – Cool, thanks 🙂

    @BIZZNURSE – Hope you like them 🙂

    @Devin – This is where the real effort starts 🙂

  9. Listening to the Mojo lesson now.. good stuff so far, thanks much for sharing Chris! And it always strikes me as funny you’ve got an accent because when I look at your picture you look American to me. LOL Don’t ask why I think that, I freely admit I’m a dork and make random ASSumptions all the time. 😀

    XoXo
    C

  10. Listening to the Mojo lesson now.. good stuff so far, thanks much for sharing Chris! And it always strikes me as funny you’ve got an accent because when I look at your picture you look American to me. LOL Don’t ask why I think that, I freely admit I’m a dork and make random ASSumptions all the time. 😀

    XoXo
    C

  11. Americans don’t have accents? 😉

  12. Americans don’t have accents? 😉

  13. Heck no, ya’ll are crazy. Us Americans speak PERFECT English. ;D

  14. Heck no, ya’ll are crazy. Us Americans speak PERFECT English. ;D

  15. Congrats, Chris! Good to see that the Summit is going for another year!

  16. Congrats, Chris! Good to see that the Summit is going for another year!

  17. Hi Chris,

    The Mojo Marketing sounds just like what I need now. I know how to create a product and create the website etc, however it is the actual launch process and marketing side of it that has me stumped.

    Looking forward to having a listen.

    I just checked out the online summit site. What an awesome concept to actually hold the summit online and for such a reasonable price. I regularly attend what seminars I can here in Australia, however there are often events I cannot get to logistically because of my toddler. The online seminar is perfect.

    Kind Regards

    Jacinta 🙂

  18. Hi Chris,

    The Mojo Marketing sounds just like what I need now. I know how to create a product and create the website etc, however it is the actual launch process and marketing side of it that has me stumped.

    Looking forward to having a listen.

    I just checked out the online summit site. What an awesome concept to actually hold the summit online and for such a reasonable price. I regularly attend what seminars I can here in Australia, however there are often events I cannot get to logistically because of my toddler. The online seminar is perfect.

    Kind Regards

    Jacinta 🙂

  19. wow thanks for the info chris i think i must try them out!

  20. wow thanks for the info chris i think i must try them out!

  21. I think the most important point here was touched on early in the post when you mention education is important but not in the formal sense…in the sense that one is used to continuously learning.

    Good post and well made.

  22. I think the most important point here was touched on early in the post when you mention education is important but not in the formal sense…in the sense that one is used to continuously learning.

    Good post and well made.