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Social Media Success Summit 2011 CertificateKen Tucker of Changescape Web attended the Social Media Success Summit 2011 presented by the Social Media Examiner this summer.  Upon completion of the summit, Mr. Tucker took the certification exam and passed, receiving his Social Media Success Summit 2011 Certificate.

Changescape invests in our people to stay up to date with the fast changing webscape and how to leverage those changes for small and medium sized businesses in St. Louis, St. Charles, and mid-Missouri.

Changescape personnel have attended the Social Media Success Summits in 2010 and 2011, the Blogging Success Summit 2011, and the Facebook Success Summits in 2010 and 2011.

The Social Media Success Summit 2011 is a live online conference that will empower you to use social media to gain more exposure, increase traffic, better engage customers (and prospects) and grow your business. The world's leading social media gurus will show you how

Presenters included 24 experts, including Jeremiah Owyang (Altimeter Group), Guy Kawasaki (author, Enchantment), Brian Solis (author, Engage), Frank Eliason (Citigroup), Mari Smith (co-author, Facebook Marketing), Erik Qualman (author, Socialnomics), Michael Stelzner (founder, Social Media Examiner), Dan Zarrella (author, The Social Media Marketing Book), Andy Sernovitz (author, Word of Mouth Marketing), David Meerman Scott (author, Real-Time Marketing & PR); experts from Verizon, Intel, Boeing, Cisco, Timex; plus Jay Baer (co-author, The Now Revolution), Hollis Thomases (author, Twitter Marketing), Steve Garfield (author, Get Seen), Mario Sundar (LinkedIn), and Ann Handley (MarketingProfs)—just to mention a few.

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