Looking for ideas on effective marketing approaches in social media?
Check out the Social Media & Video Strategies forum on Tuesday, Aug. 11, in San Jose, CA.
The lineup at the full-day event includes author Clay Shirky; Technorati CEO Richard Jalichandra; H&R Block Social Media Marketing Manager Stacy Gratz; Steve Grove, head of news and politics at YouTube; and Ricardo Guerrero, founder of Stwittergy.
ClickZ teamed up with YouTube and Google to hold the forum; it’s being run in conjunction with the Search Engine Strategies San Jose Conference & Expo. Go here to learn more.
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