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Social Track: Learn to Build Your Brand and Community With Debba Haupert

The SoFabCon is proud and so excited to announce one of our much anticipated sessions! Community is the essence of what we do and we couldn’t think of a better person to lead our Community Session for the SoFabCon than the one and only Debba Haupert. Your might know her from GIRLFRIENDOLOGY.com, where she proves that she does more than just teach about how to build brand and community, she LIVES it.

With over 20 years of corporate marketing, Debba Haupert has focused her marketing efforts on social media for the past seven years. Debba practices what she teaches as the founder of GIRLFRIENDOLOGY.com - the online community for women. Debba has over 50,000 social media connections. Debba consults and speaks on social media marketing at conferences. She has worked with brands such as BIZ, Honda, Sears, T-Mobile, Healthy Choice, Frito-Lay and The UPS Store. She is the Channel Director for COLLECTIVE BIAS. Collective Bias is an industry leading social shopper media company that builds relationships and drives sales.

Meet Debba and welcome her as one of your SoFabCon session leaders!

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A Note From Debba:

Building Your Brand and Community – Your blog is more than a blog, it’s a brand and (hopefully) it’s a community as well. We all want to expand our reach and grow our influence, right? Well, that comes from a strong brand and community. We’ll talk about what our individual brand is and how we can use it to market our blog to our readers, brands and sponsors/partners. We’ll talk techniques for building community using social and traditional marketing. And we’ll have fun talking about successful tips from bloggers who have strong brands and community.

 

Connect with Debba on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, or her site GIRLFRIENDOLOGY.com

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