Media expert to lead Reputation Management class on Feb 27th

Cape Chamber sponsors this "high-caliber, master class"
On-line media export Jim Brody will offer a "master class" in Reputation Management, sponsored by the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce. Photo courtesy of Cape Chamber.

Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce is proud to sponsor this high-caliber master class for all businesses wanting to leverage digital marketing channels. This four-hour class will provide important practical information and key tips that participants can put into action immediately.

Join online media expert Jim Brody on February 27 at Hyannis Golf Club, 1-5 pm to learn how to best leverage online third-party content and navigate the often overwhelming and ever-changing digital marketing environment!

  • Learn what online reputation management is all about and why it is important
  • The issues around turning visitors/guests/customers into online advocates
  • Understanding, prioritizing and working with specific online platforms
  • Managing the user-generated and social content to benefit your business/destination

International online media guru Jim Brody brings over 18 years of experience working with Destination Marketing Organizations (DMOs) all over the world, first in broadcasting and then in the digital marketing environment. Previously, Jim developed one of the first travel content websites ever created (VisitNewEngland.com), founded the family travel effort at Kaboose.com, and established and managed the DMO programs for TripAdvisor, Oyster.com and Travelzoo. Jim's uniquely global experiences and his passion for the travel industry, make him qualified and frequently in demand as a consultant, advisor, conference speaker and panelist.

Register here: http://www.whycapecod.org/register#id=11174&wid=501&cid=286

For more information or to register, contact Greta at the Cape Cod Chamber at 508-744-5567 or email at [email protected].


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