Tickets for the first of our five-event Explore series are on sale now! Explore Dallas-Fort Worth, presented by  Raven Internet Marketing Tools & Expion, will take place Friday, Feb. 17, 2012 at Union Station in Dallas, Texas. The first 100 people to reserve their spots get the lowest priced ticket of $250. Afterwards, tickets for the one-day event will be $400, so don’t wait! Register now in the form below.

Brian Clark of Copyblogger and Copyblogger Media will be the opening keynote for the day which will include several of the industries top thinkers, practitioners and experts. Edison Research’s Tom Webster, Aaron Strout of Powered, Edelman Digital’s Zena Weist, Full Frontal ROI’s Nichole Kelly and DJ Waldow of Waldow Social will join me, Kevin Magee of Expion, Arienne Holland from Raven Tools, Mike Merrill of Reach Local and Internet Journeyman Giovanni Gallucci, among others on the speaking dais.

Speakers for Explore DallasOur charge that day: To push your thinking and help you dive deeper into digital and social media marketing. Our topics will include content marketing to drive business, turning data into insights, operationalizing social media across the enterprise, implementing social media monitoring to drive business strategy, mastering video marketing, local marketing in a social world and many, many more.

The FIRST 100 PEOPLE to register get the absolute lowest price of $250!

Reserve your seat now for this first in a 2012 series of one-day, intensive seminars and workshop events designed to help the business owner, marketing professional, public relations practitioner and even non-communications discipline professionals understand a deeper, more strategic approach to digital and social media marketing for their business.

The first 100 to register get the exclusive, first-to-buy price of $250 for the day. Regular price for the event is $400. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, a cocktail reception, networking time and a one-month free trial of Social Media Explorer’s on-call consultancy and question-answer site, ExploringSocialMedia.com.

The event will be held in the beautiful Union Station Dallas with Wolfgang Puck Catering for our meals. Those traveling to attend the event should refer to “Explore” and make reservations at the adjacent Hyatt Regency Dallas. Our conference room rate is just $129. That rate expires Jan. 27, so make your reservations now!

And for anyone from Fort Worth coming, Explore will provide you with a round-trip train ticket from Fort Worth to Union Station Dallas the day of the event if you’d like to take the train in. Fill out our contact form with your email address and phone number if you are interested.

DO NOT WAIT! THERE ARE ONLY 100 LOWEST PRICE TICKETS AVAILABLE

Explore is one of the best values for the investment in the social media marketing education space. It is an extension of the Exploring Social Media Business Summits conducted in Toledo and Boston in 2011. Both events concluded with rave reviews. Just search Twitter for #ESMBoston and #ESMToledo to see for yourself.

See you in Dallas-Fort Worth in February!

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Jason Falls

Jason Falls is the founder and chief instigator for Social Media Explorer's blog. He is a leading thinker, speaker and strategist in the world of digital marketing and is co-author of two books, No Bullshit Social Media: The All-Business, No-Hype Guide To Social Media Marketing and The Rebel's Guide To Email Marketing. By day, he leads digital strategy for CafePress, one of the world's largest online retailers. His opinions are his, not necessarily theirs. Follow him on Twitter (@JasonFalls).

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