Social Media World Forum: All the London event details

Tomorrow is the day that the doors open for the Social Media World Forum event in London and looks set to be one of the busiest yet — more than 4,000 people have already pre-registered. The main reason for this is how important social media has become – we know this because the likes of Google and MSN have already embraced the likes of Facebook and Twitter.

Tomorrows event is the leading social media event in Europe — with a total of 5 supporting conference streams and more than 300 speakers, we are in for a great couple of days. Make certain that you have got enough sleep the night before as the first day will end with a networking party — ideal if you have made a few great contacts during the day.

The two-day event has a number of workshops and exhibitions – offering advice for those willing to take it. Social media has changed in the past year, tomorrow will be a great day to learn about what is considered the future of the Internet – Social TV and Mobile Social Media Cloud Computing Congress are both a fine example of that.

For those who wish to get ahead in social media, then you will not want to miss out on how you can create new avenues for social network advertising, monitoring tools and much more.

We can go on all day about everything that is taking place tomorrow and the benefits that it will be for those who are all set to embrace social media — we suggest you visit for all the latest details. We advice you to download and print the 2010 brochure for all the times to each event.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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