SMBME 60 – Storytelling and Creating Content with Ann Handley
SMBME is part of the Everybody Writes Book Tour
Your social media plan doesn’t start with Facebook or Twitter. It doesn’t start with how many fans or followers you have. It starts with your story and then how you are going to get that story out to the world.
We are SOOOOO excited to have Ann Handley coming up to Portland for this very special SMBME. Her new book Everybody Writes is a go-to guide for creating good content that attracts and retains customers. It is getting a great response and is now a WSJ Bestseller.
And yes, a copy of the book is included in your SMBME ticket! HUGE thanks to our sponsors for making that happen.
So, let’s celebrate SIXTY SMBMEs with a kick butt and inspiring breakfast. This one is coming up fast, so plan accordingly!
What: SMBME 60 – Storytelling and Creating Content with Ann Handley
When: November 14th, 2014, 7:30 – 10am
Where: Portland’s Masonic Temple, 415 Congress St. Portland, Maine
Where do I park? There is a list of options at the bottom of this page
How: We would never be able to pull these events off without the help of our sponsors: Mainebiz, Diversified Communications, Page One Web Solutions, Gorham Savings Bank, GWI, Noyes, Hall & Allen, Vreeland Marketing, Hall Internet Marketing, Agents of Change Digital Marketing Conference and Others! Fair Trade Coffee
The first person in the world to have the title Chief Content Officer, Ann Handley is a veteran of creating and managing digital content. She is the author of Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content and co-author of the best-selling Content Rules: How to Create Killer Blogs, Podcasts, Videos, Ebooks, Webinars (and More) That Engage Customers and Ignite Your Business (Wiley 2011).
Ann is the Chief Content Officer of MarketingProfs; a columnist for Entrepreneur magazine; a LinkedIn Influencer; a keynote speaker; and a mom and writer.
She is also a co-founder of ClickZ and a former reporter for the Boston Globe and other publications.
The Portland Masonic Temple is at 415 Congress Street and there are plenty of parking options in the area.
- Elm Street Garage, 15 Elm Street (Metro station)
- Temple Street Parking Garage, 11 Temple Street (Nickelodeon)
- One City Center Parking Garage
- Top of the Old Port Parking, 119 Pearl Street
One Hour Parking enforced behind the Portland Masonic Temple on Cumberland and side streets.
We are sorry but bacon is ordered one week in advance. To transfer or refund a ticket, please contact us 7 days prior to the event and we can process that for you.