Registration is open for M2Con, the one-day conference from Mannix Marketing designed for business owners, executives and marketing-communications professionals from small and medium-sized businesses.
The conference will be held Wednesday, Oct. 19, from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Fort William Henry Hotel & Conference Center in Lake George.
M2Con 2016 will feature tactical digital marketing sessions with advice attendees can immediately put into action at their companies.
“This conference will be jam packed with strategies businesses can employ to get more traffic through their doors,” said company founder and CEO Sara Mannix. “We received so many rave reviews after our previous conferences because businesses could take what we showed them and immediately put it to work for themselves and get results.”
With sessions on everything from how to increase your business reach and engagement with social media experts Amberly Rundell and Scott Stevens to how to create a website that will attract leads and delight customers with inbound marketing specialist Jeremy Abel, M2Con is overflowing with useful tips, tactics, and strategies, organizers said.
Attendees will also be able to register for one-on-one marketing consultations with Mannix's digital marketing specialists. These consults are limited and require advanced sign-up, but they are an opportunity to expand the general sessions into invaluable personalized digital marketing advice.
Ticket options for M2Con include morning, afternoon, and full-day access. The full day tickets are $90 and include all sessions, lunch, and happy hour.
People can register online at www.mannixmarketing.com/m2con.
Mannix Marketing, Inc. is a woman-owned, full-service internet marketing company based in Glens Falls, specializing in getting businesses found on the web. The company offers search engine optimization, social media marketing, website design and development, hosting, and tourism marketing.
The company owns and operates 28 regional online guides, including Saratoga.com, Albany.com, LakeGeorge.com, Adirondack.net, CliftonPark.com and GlensFallsRegion.com.