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Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 14, 2012
mRELEVANCE, LLC managing partners Mitch Levinson and Carol Morgan return to the International Builders Show (IBS) stage in Las Vegas next month with two new sales and marketing educational sessions for show attendees. IBS, presented by the National Association of Home Builders, is the most important event of the year for the U.S. home building industry and the largest annual light construction trade show in the world.
Morgan, Marketing RELEVANCEs public relations and social media marketing expert and strategist and Levinson, the companys search engine optimization, website, email marketing and customer relationship management pro, will share the most up-to-date Internet marketing tips, tools and solutions in the two sessions.
Both IBS Building Knowledge Sessions will be held Wednesday, January 23. Levinson kicks off the day with his presentation, Mobile Marketing: How to Attract Buyers Using Smart Technology, co-presented with Kevin Oakley of Heartland Homes, at 8:30 a.m. Morgans presentation, Beyond Facebook: Pinterest, Google+ & More, will be held at 2:30 p.m., with her co-presenters Kelly Kenton Fink of The Providence Group and Paula Huggett of the Bokka Group
Levinson, MIRM, CSP, CGP, CAPS, MBA, Broker, is author of "Internet Marketing: The Key to New Home Sales" and Morgan, MIRM, CSP, CAPS, is author of "Social Media for Home Builders 2.0."
Mobile Marketing: How to Attract Buyers Using Smart Technology attendees will learn how to set up and incorporate mobile-friendly technologies and how to increase qualified traffic and achieve higher conversion ratios with mobile marketing.
Beyond Facebook: Pinterest, Google+ & More attendees will learn about the tools to create content that engages your fans and improves your bottom line and the business benefits of and how to use social sites like Pinterest, Google+, FourSquare and others.
Both presentations include current, real-world examples of businesses already successfully implementing mobile marketing and social media campaigns. Attendees will receive 1.50 continuing education hours from NAHB at each session. Attendees must have a full registration or a one- or two-day education registration for the day of the session. Seating for Building Knowledge sessions will be on a first come, first served basis.
Marketing RELEVANCE experts Morgan and Levinson teach Internet Marketing, Website Optimization, Social Media, Tracking and Analytics, and Customer Relationship Management courses for organizations, businesses and associations across the country. Book Morgan or Levinson to learn about the latest trends, most powerful best practices and the most cutting-edge tools and insights. Programs are tailored to be relevant to each audience and designed to challenge participants to rethink their approach to create relevance in the marketplace. Contact Marketing RELEVANCE at 847-259-7312 to learn more.
About mRELEVANCE LLC: Marketing RELEVANCE creates relevant marketing and communications that reach audiences with focused and strategic messages. Through technology and creative content, messages are delivered to target markets to encourage customer action and interaction. With offices in Atlanta and Chicago, mRELEVANCE can connect your company with buyers and build relevant relationships nationwide. For more information, visit http://www.mRELEVANCE.com, Like us on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/mRELEVANCE, Follow us on Twitter at @mRELEVANCE or call 770-383-3360 or 847-259-7312.
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