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Early Bird Convention Registration: Last Chance to Save Up to $200!

Today, October 31, is the last day to take advantage of the Early Bird Registration rates for the NRB 2014 International Christian Media Convention!

If you have not yet registered, do so by the end of today to save up to $200. If you have already registered, that's great! We look forward to seeing you! Now tell someone you know about the Convention and encourage them to come too!

Speakers to hear from:

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Educational sessions to choose from:

 

Exhibitors to engage with:

 

… and so much more!

Also worth noting is the Digital Media Summit, which will be making its debut on the Friday before NRB 2014. The all-day pre-convention event will cover best practice tips for having an effective social media presence using today’s digital media tools. Featured will be two keynote sessions and eight breakout sessions, covering topics such as: Keys to Fundraising Using Social Media Tools, How to Grow Your Audience Through Video, Measuring Results with Social Media, and Using Social Media to Reach the Next Generation, among others.

These sessions will be led by speakers from some of today’s most prominent platforms, including Facebook, Google, Instagram, Twitter, and more!

So what are you waiting for?

Register for NRB 2014 and spread the word … today!

 

Published: October 31, 2013

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