Upcoming Social Media Breakfast

SMBME 84 – Stepping Up Your Digital Advertising Game

This breakfast is going to take your digital advertising game up a notch! No, really… it is! Let’s get past boosting posts, crossing our fingers and hoping what we did worked, and let’s create successful campaigns to grow our business!

Scott Warren is going to talk about 3 Facebook Ad strategies local businesses can use to increase sales or reach new clients. Maddison McKinley, from iBec Creative, is going to talk about creating, optimizing, and testing landing pages to turn your ads into dollars. I am also going to talk about setting goals for your campaigns and setting them up so you can measure their effectiveness.

Please bring your computers if you want some one-on-one help too. Scott and I are available at the end to go through your specific challenges with setting up campaigns.

What: SMBME 84 – Stepping Up Your Digital Advertising Game

When: October 27th, 7:30-10 AM

Where: Portland’s Masonic Temple, 415 Congress Street

How: I would never, ever, ever be able to do this without our sponsors: Portland Press Herald, PretiFlaherty, Gorham Savings Bank, Agents of Change and Vreeland Marketing and Design.


Scott Warren – Scott’s entrepreneurial journey started in 2006, when he left the US Army. He dove into digital marketing and global travel. In that time he started 4 companies and completed an MBA in international business. He has successfully combined the marketing and travel in a company that can help you get more leads, optimize your sales funnels and ultimately grow your business.

Maddison McKinley – Maddison is a Senior Marketing Strategist at iBec Creative. She is an expert strategist who delivers high ROI to her clients.


  • Metered parking
  • 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

Hourly Parking enforced behind the Portland Masonic Temple on Cumberland and side streets.


Our friends at METRO also wanted to make sure you knew there was a bus stop right by the Temple, if anyone would like to commute in by bus. The fares and schedule can be found on their website.