Social Media Breakfast Montreal–More than Coffee and Croissant

Post by Ray 4 years ago - social media marketing - 7 Comments

La Bistrote - Host to Social Media Breakfast Montréal

I attended my first Social Media Breakfast Montreal (SMBMTL) last August. As someone whose professional life has largely been confined within the four walls of a management office, I was eager to get out and network with people who seemed just as passionate about social media as I.

Since that first breakfast, I had the pleasure of meeting some very cool people and picked up some very useful tips on: Twitter apps, Group buying, how university students use social media, and social media for business.

This week I learned some valuable tips on SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for social publishers (bloggers) from CT Moore and how to optimize your LinkedIn experience by my friend, Fabrice Colando.

Both of these presenters have posted their slides on their sites and I have embedded them here as well for your convenience.

If you have any questions, click on their links. They’re great guys who would be more than willing to help.

Enterprise SEO for Social Publishers: CT Moore

Using LinkedIn to Build Yourself and your Business: Fabrice Colander


About Ray Hiltz

Ray Hiltz is a Social Media Strategist specializing in Google+ Local search and content marketing. He helps small businesses establish online reputation and trust by putting the spotlight on their greatest asset - people. Ray host the #RayBunch show, a weekly web and podcast featuring news and opinions with a regular panel of marketing and business leaders.

7 Responses to “Social Media Breakfast Montreal–More than Coffee and Croissant”

  1. Hi Ray,
    Thanks for the shout out. Much appreciated. You beat me to the punch…have yet to post recap blog to site..take care. See u at the next one.
    Jeff

    Reply
  2. Hi Ray,
    Thanks for the shout out. Much appreciated. You beat me to the punch…have yet to post recap blog to site..take care. See u at the next one.
    Jeff

    Reply

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