SMX Advanced really impressed me this year. I learned new things around every corner, met a lot of really excited and bright new marketers, and honestly had a really great time speaking.
Just a quick update to let you know that I will be heading out to Seattle tomorrow morning for SMX Advanced, where I will be sharing a few of the social media tools that I actually use.
If you are attending the conference and want to check out some cool social tools to help you with your Digg and Forum efforts, then come by and check out our session.
Here are the session details:
Tuesday June 8, 2010 at 3:00pm.
The Ultimate Social Media Tools Session – Buckle up for a tour of social media tools that you can use day to day. This session covers free and paid tools, how they work and how best to use them. Specifically, you’ll learn
- How using social media tools will help streamline your work
- How to save time and money using social media tools
- What tools you can use to help find conversations and customers
- How to have tools built on a very small budget, and how to get tools built
Moderator: Chris Sherman, Executive Editor, Search Engine Land
Q&A Moderator: Vince Blackham, Founder, Primary Affect
I wrote a pretty in depth review about StumbleUpon’s new url shortening service ‘Su.pr‘ a few days ago, that you might want to check out if you are not up to speed with what Su.pr is.
WebProNews also released a video explaining Su.pr, and interviewing Katie Sween, the Head of Marketing at StumbleUpon and myself.
Following in the footsteps of Digg’s recent release of the DiggBar, StumbleUpon has released what has to be one of the most feature filled shorteners to date.
With everything from tracking shortened urls, viewing stats for how much traffic StumbleUpon sends to a given site, Twitter and Facebook integration, and much more, Su.pr is really living up to it’s name.