5201 Great America Parkway Suite 122
Santa Clara, California 95054

SVAMA Half-Day Workshop: Marketing with RSS/ Blogs

Presented by Bill Flitter, Founder and VP Marketing, Pheedo

In order to succeed in today's consumer controlled environment, advertising must entertain, inform and add value. Ultimately, pull media (RSS, Podcasting) is the next generation of content delivery while the explosion in consumer-generated content (Blogging) is quickly becoming a more influential and a bigger slice of the media landscape.

There are three factors driving the momentum of consumer controlled media:

1. Rising Usage of RSS by consumers as a standard method of consuming information.
2. Tremendous growth of the iPod, Podcasting and Tivo.
3. Ramp in creation of Blogs and other user-generated content.

Tuesday, June 6, 2006
5:30 pm-6:00 pm Registration and Networking (includes light refreshments)
6:00 pm-9:00 pm Program and Q&A

PRICE (includes light refreshments)
Advanced Pricing by May 30, 2006
$75 Non-members
$45 SVAMA members
$30 Student members with valid student ID
$60 Partner members (ASAP, CSPA, PDMA, SDForum, SFAMA, SVASE)
Register early, as pricing increases after May 30.


SPEAKER BIO: Bill Flitter is founder and CMO of Pheedo. Bill is considered an industry expert on blogging, podcasting, RSS and online marketing trends and best practices and speaks regularly on these topics at industry events. Prior to Pheedo, Bill founded Email Shopping Network and directed its sales and marketing activities until its acquisition by eUniverse in 2002.

Recently, Bill was a speaker at the inaugural Syndicate conference and the AMA's Hot Topic series, 'Blogs: Marketing Beyond the Website.' Bill's ruminations on a number of topics can be found on the Pheedo Blog at www.pheedo.info.
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Website: http://www.svama.net/events/20060606ws.html
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Phone: 866-206-9067 x3004

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