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Adam Franklin Travels from Brisbane, NSW

Adam Franklin


  • Business
  • Entrepreneur
  • Small Business
  • Social Media
  • Technology

Adam Franklin is an international social media speaker and marketing manager of a web strategy consulting firm he co-founded in 2005 with school mate Toby Jenkins. Adam is a social media commentator on 2UE and writes for two of the Top 25 Business Blogs in Australia (Startup Smart and Bluewire Media). Plus he lives and breathes Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Google+ and email marketing. He co-created the Web Strategy Planning Template and co-wrote the e-book Web Strategy Secrets which have been downloaded by 1000s of people worldwide.

Adam has featured on Smart Company’s Hot 30 Under 30 and the Dynamic Business 2010 Young Guns lists of young entrepreneurs, as well as in an edition of the book "The New Rules of Marketing & PR."

Adam's presentations will teach you how to thrive on social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Linked In & blogs. You’ll be taught a simple plan of attack to kick start your own social media strategy, plus you’ll be exposed to some more advanced tactics too! You’ll walk away with a set of ‘social etiquette rules’ to ensure you thrive on the social web and don’t accidentally step out of line.

You’ll also learn how all the different social mediums can work together to maximise your online results! Finally, you’ll see some real life case studies with results that are mind blowing. You'll learn: • how Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Email Marketing & blogs work • the rules of social etiquette for online networks • how you can get started ‘today’ • how to avoid the common pitfalls. You’ll take home: • Social Media ‘How to Get Started’ Guide • Presentation slides, videos & resources

Keynote Titles

  • Social Media for Business
  • How to Top Google Using Blogs, You Tube, Email & other Social Media
  • Secrets of Email Marketing Success and The Truth About Social Media for Business



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