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Cincinnati Social Media Class – Building Your Personal Brand

Join us on May 14th for our NEW Social Media Class on how to build a consistent personal brand!  

Employers, business partners, customers, friends, family and even recruiters are Googling, Facebooking and LinkedIning you online.

Are you actively managing your brand?

In today’s world your information is available at the click of a button.

It is increasingly important to create and manage your personal brand online. During this social media class we’ll show you how to do it right!

Register Now. Seating is Limited.


In the age of the Internet people are searching for employees and key executives of the organizations they want to work with.  A consistent personal brand is crucial to any business’s success. Over 80% of recruiters use social networks to look for information on candidates.  Sales people are researched online. Agents (Real Estate, Insurance, Financial Advisors) are Googled to determine their expertise.

Crafting and bringing to life a strong personal brand is vital.  

This session will cover common issues and concerns with online personal brand management as well as strategies to build a strong and consistent personal brand that gets results.


  • Topic: Building Personal Brand  ***REGISTER NOW!
  • Date: May 14, 2012
  • Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
  • Investment: $27 ***Lunch is included!
  • Special Offer: Buy 4 Lunches Get 1 FREE
  • Location: Boot Camp Digital,  1600 Main Street, M1, Cincinnati OH, 45202

**Please reserve your seat today, as our lunches often sell out**


  • Educational presentation
  • Case studies/Examples
  • Q&A
  • FREE lunch
  • Networking opportunities with other business professionals interested in Social Media

This session will show you how to create a personal brand and how to bring it to life on the Internet. 

HURRY UP!  Register Now As Seating is Limited!


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