American Marketing Association Hosts How-To Series Event on Blogging and Tweeting at 1410Q

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The American Marketing Association is hosting a follow-up event to its popular blogging and tweeting workshops at entrepreneur center 1410Q in downtown D.C.

We're excited to extend the series to include hands-on workshops, the first to be held at 1410Q on blogging and tweeting techniques for marketers.

The D.C. chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMADC) is hosting a follow-up workshop “How To Blog and Tweet for Marketers” at new entrepreneur center 1410Q in downtown Washington, D.C. on Thursday, March 18.

The workshop features tried-and-true tips from social media experts Daniel Odio, cofounder of mobile app developer PointAbout Inc., and Emmett Murphy, creative director at 3 Click Media. Odio and Murphy will discuss specific questions and scenarios and present a number of case studies.

Daniel Odio currently serves as Chief Operating Officer at PointAbout, a mobile app developer that made iPhone apps for The Washington Post, Cars.com and Burger King. Previously, Odio started a real estate brokerage covering commercial and residential properties. Odio has been featured on CNN, CNBC, TLC, The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere for his innovative use of technology in the real estate market.

Emmett Murphy is the owner of Emmett Murphy Media & Entertainment Ltd. and the creative director at 3 Click Media. Murphy's career in media and entertainment development spans the New York theater scene, online community, corporate business and the international cruise line industry. He recently worked with Cirque du Soleil on Tapis Rouge, a multimedia VIP event which launched in June 2008 in conjunction with The Beatles LOVE playing at The Mirage Casino Resort in Las Vegas.

Odio and Murphy will lead the “How To Blog and Tweet for Marketers” workshop, which is free to anyone who attended the previous events on February 25 and March 11.

"AMADC's How To series has been immensely popular with local marketers since we launched the program in October,” said Christie Susko, president-elect of AMADC. “We're excited to extend the series to include hands-on workshops, the first to be held at 1410Q on blogging and tweeting techniques for marketers. This space is a great environment for knowledge transfer and we appreciate the support of the entrepreneurs at 1410Q.”

The workshop will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 18th at 1410Q, a new innovation hotpot located at 1410 Q Street NW in Washington, D.C.

Pre-registration closes at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, March 17. Onsite registration is available.

To register, click here, or visit http://www.amadc.org .

Attendees are encouraged to bring their laptops to maximize class benefits.

1410Q offers free parking on a space-available basis for all evening events. Details at http://go.1410Q.com/parking .

About 1410Q:
1410Q is not a networking space. You can go anywhere to network. 1410Q is a safe environment for technology entrepreneurs to explore what they are capable of, surrounded by other tech entrepreneurs. Think of it as a little piece of San Francisco, right in the heart of Washington, DC.

1410Q is a place where thought leaders stop in, either by invitation or while they are in town on other business, to have an intimate environment in which to discuss and share topics affecting them. It is a place where innovation happens and is shared.

1410Q is made possible by a funding grant from PointAbout, marketing by iStrategyLabs, and sponsorship support from 3 Click Solutions, Capitol Communications, Rock Creek Strategic Marketing, PRWeb, St. Ledger-Roty Neuman & Olson LLP, Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, AppMakr, dcMOMO and Disruptathon. To support this great cause, contact Avery Fellow at avery.fellow(at)1410Q(dot)com or visit http://go.1410Q.com/sponsors .

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