Tuesday, August 30, 2011

ON SEPTEMBER 12, INTERNET GURU EVAN BAILYN IS GONNA ROCK YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN



Evan Bailyn Sizzle Reel from Bradley Bailyn on Vimeo.

The New York Arts & Business Council sez:

After rave reviews of our sold-out SEO & social media workshop in February, Evan Bailyn, CEO of First Page Sage, is returning to present another marketing workshop exclusively on using social media to drive real world action. Are you trying to sell tickets to a show? Increase your Facebook likes? Encourage your supporters to give more? Then you should attend this session. Using case studies and on-the-spot analysis of audience members' online presences, this workshop will enlighten, entertain, and illuminate the short list of strategies you should be focusing on to have your constituents take action.

This workshop speaker is a for-profit business professional who will give a presentation tailored to nonprofit arts organizations.

Monday, September 12, 2011
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Midtown Manhattan (exact location TBD)
$35 members; $55 non-members

Register HERE

Questions? Contact vquinones@artsandbusiness-ny.org

Evan Bailyn is an Internet entrepreneur, author, speaker, and child advocate. He is best known for being an expert at search engine optimization, having used his ability to rank at the top of Google to build and sell five businesses, including one of the largest children’s websites online. His Facebook page, which provides daily inspirational thoughts, has over 90,000 “likes,” making it one of the most popular non-celebrity pages on Facebook.

He has been interviewed on ABC and Fox News and featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, The International Business Times, and Crain's. He is a frequent speaker and television guest, and will be featured on an upcoming segment of Joan Rivers' reality show "How'd You Get So Rich?"

In 2010, Evan established The Evan Bailyn Foundation, which awards grants to groups that promote emotional awareness in children. His first book, Outsmarting Google, will be published with Pearson Press in March, 2011


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