Plan early for the Jan 31 - Feb 1 SNC event in Miami!

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Plan early for the Jan 31 - Feb 1 SNC event in Miami!

Postby yorktown » Sun Nov 18, 2007 6:08 am

We strongly suggest you plan early for Miami. They hotels will sell out and you\'ll be scrambling to find a place to stay.

The official hotel to the event is the Royal Palm Miami Beach Hotel. Sleeping rooms are USD $249/night. This is FAR better than their normal rates ($429/night at Once these rooms sell out, we will try to get another hotel, but it will probably be more expensive. To get the rooms, call +1 305 604 5700 and mention \"Social Networking Conference\" for the special rate.\" (Read more)

This year TWO events are running concurrently, the Social Networking Conference and the iDate2008 event. Registering for one event will get you into both. We expect more people to attend the combined events this year than ever before. Already, we\'re getting more early registrations than we ever had.

Generally, 80% of the attendance consists of senior executives from the social networking and online personals space. The majority of the attendance at these events have historically been the owners and operators of the businesses themselves. See the Video from Miami 2007

Now, here\'s the shocker: Of the remaining 20%, I would estimate that 5% - 10% are suppliers to the industry. Anyone that is a vendor to these industries \'cleans up\' at this event. There is so little competition. That is what completely shocks me. Year after year, I have spoken with a plethora of online marketing executives. Most tell me how social networking is a major focus of their business. I explained to them that most of their customers are in one room. Marketing executives that do show up are ecstatic. They get alot of business and attend again, and again.

Remember - Register before November 30th and save $220 on the registration fee!

Marc Lesnick
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