Would you like the opportunity to hear from 60 bright minds on digital influence but do so in a compact 60 minutes?
Today I received details from the publicist of an event that is been billed as the shortest marketing conference ever – ‘The Influencer Project‘.
This is FREE conference taking place on 6 July 2010 at 6pm (no details of the time zone so it’s likely to be PST or ET).
The conference promises to offer:
– How to discover and cultivate a tribe of like-minded individuals who support your work and increase your circle of influence
– What hasn’t changed about business for over 300 years, that continues to make or break companies online
– One of the most common mistakes nearly every business makes that strips them of their power to connect more deeply with their constituents and prospects.
If you can not attend the event live You’ll also receive, at no cost, a full MP3 recording and PDF transcript of the event.
Some of the speakers that are at the events incude some of my favourite people online including:
– Brian Clark
– Tony Hseih
– John Jantsch
– Justin Levy
– David Meerman Scott
– Michael Port
– Joe Pulizzi
– Robert Scoble.
I am guessing this is a pre recorded session with a minute of tips from each speaker. That makes for a whole lot of podcast editing!
My only wish for the Influencer Project? That there were some non US/Canadian voices (I only recognised one of the speakers as being from the UK). Who would you have included if this 60 speakers in 60 minutes could have been from 60 nations?