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Get a Practical Perspective on Social Media for Car Dealers – Jeff Cryder to Speak at DSES Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Jeff Cryder Lebanon FordWe’re excited to announce that KPA client Jeff Cryder, the Marketing and Communications Director at Lebanon Ford, will discuss social media at the Driving Sales Executive Summit (DSES) in October.

Jeff is an automotive social media expert who developed his experience in the real world, building the digital marketing program for Lebanon Ford. He’s calling his presentation “Confessions of a Young Social Media Manager.” Jeff will cover practical topics such as:

  • Social media workflows
  • Typical challenges
  • Success stories
  • Professional development for digital marketers

Jeff has a vision to increase the mentoring and education available to Internet marketers in the auto industry. To learn more about Jeff and his presentation, read his recent interview with DrivingSales.com. Also, you can follow Jeff (@cryderja) and Lebanon Ford (@lebanonford) on Twitter.


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