Tickets still available for digital marketing conference in Milford


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  • Chris Barrows, social media and mobile coordinator at New York University and founder of the Why I Social podcast, will keynote C4 DigiCon Oct. 16 in the Media Center at Delaware Valley High School in Milford. His presentation is "Building Community in the Digital Age: The How and Why!"



— The Tri-State Chamber of Commerce will present C4 DigiCon, a regional social media and digital marketing conference, on Sunday, Oct. 16, at Delaware Valley High School in Milford.

The event, intended for businesses, nonprofits, entrepreneurs and marketers, will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and promises to be a great opportunity for businesses and individuals to increase their practical knowledge of ways that social and digital media can bring them new business.

An all-access conference pass is free to Tri-State Chamber members and is available at $15/person to the public.

“The number one area that our members tell us they need guidance navigating, is social and digital marketing," according to Charlene Trotter, executive director. “Many members have joined our team through our outreach on social media and have seen the importance of our advocacy of our members, their products and services on social channels.”

C4 DigiCon has a talented lineup of speakers starting with its keynote speaker, Chris Barrows. Barrows is the social media/mobile products coordinator at New York University and the founder of the “Why I Social" podcast.

He is passionate about community building through social and digital media platforms.

His topic will be “Building Community In The Digital Age: The How and Why!” to start the conference.

Mandy Pennington, of Net Driven, will focus on search engine optimization with “Take a NAP: How Local Citations Boost Your SEO (Search Engine Optimization)”. Tim Sohn of Sohn Social Media Solutions will provide valuable information in his topic, “Social Media Tips & Tricks for New Business.” Nuby DeLeon of ND Pro Media will talk about “Making Professional Videos Using Your Phone or Tablet.” Katrina Foster, founder of KKPR Marketing & Public Relations, will talk about “Creating a Digital Brand and What That Means."

Special thank you to event sponsors: Fellenzer Engineering, Sohn Social Media Solutions, V. Baras Architects, Allyson Gillinder, Bob Scott, ERA Meloi Realty, Paul Brislin E.A., Woodforest National Bank, Patricia Korth, Cathy Daboul, Susan Smith and John Donahue CPA.

Thank you to media and graphics sponsors Neversink Media Group, mediabistro, KKPR Marketing & Public Relations and Encore Outdoor.

For additional information and to purchase tickets, please contact the Tri-State Chamber of Commerce at 845-856-6694 or email info@tristatechamber.org. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.tristatechamber.org.

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