Nick Westergaard

By Nick Westergaard on May 10, 2016

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Order Get Scrappy and Get 2 FREE VIP Passes to #SocialBrand16

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As we said recently, May is a big month at Brand Driven Digital. Last week, we announced that we’re counting down May with special announcements about Social Brand Forum 2016 as we close in on May 31st — the final day for you to access early registration rates for this interactive and intimate digital marketing event. This week is launch week for my new book Get Scrappy: Smarter Digital Marketing for Businesses Big and Small. We’re celebrating this with a special offer on both.

While we’ve had several pre-order incentives related to the release of Get Scrappy, one of my favorites has always been …

Buy 10 Copies of Get Scrappy and Get 2 FREE VIP Passes to #SocialBrand16

Ten books comes out to about $170. If you’re like me, it’s easy to give away extra copies of a really useful book. I can promise you — Get Scrappy is just that (check out the early praise for proof). Two VIP passes to Social Brand Forum 2016 at the early bird rate comes out to $950. Simply put, this is the cheapest way to get the best access to Social Brand Forum 2016. But you have to act fast. Launch week is the FINAL opportunity to take advantage of this special offer.

Why #SocialBrand16

The Social Brand Forum isn’t the biggest marketing conference but we all feel it’s one of the best. That’s why it’s consistently voted as one of the digital marketing events not to miss by sources like Buffer and Social Fresh. That’s because it’s an intimate experience where you’re surrounded by your peers — digital marketers from organizations throughout the Midwest — and some of the best speakers in the industry like Jay Baer, Joe Pulizzi, Gini Dietrich, and Andy Crestodina. Because of the Forum’s size, it’s incredibly intimate and interactive.

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Last year we had a blast moving the event to the historic Englert Theatre in downtown Iowa City, where attendees could enjoy all of this against the backdrop of the city’s thriving dining, arts, and cultural scene. The Social Brand Forum also integrates visual arts and live music together into a one-of-a-kind digital marketing experience. More on the Social Brand Forum >>

Why VIP Access?

VIP Access is the best way to experience the Social Brand Forum! In addition to full access to both days of the event, a free copy of Hug Your Haters by Jay Baer, the opening reception at Clinton Street Social Club, and Thursday’s networking lunch, our VIP experience guarantees seating in the first few rows of the Englert Theatre, convenient access to power, a copy of the book Content Inc. by Joe Pulizzi as as well as special VIP-only pre-conference networking event on Wednesday night to get to know our speakers.

scrappy 3d smallWhy Get Scrappy?

Are you looking to do more with less when it comes to your marketing? Don’t get frustrated. Get Scrappy! My new book offers marketers a reliable, repeatable system for reinventing your marketing as marketing reinvents itself. Featuring tips, hacks, idea starters, and more, Get Scrappy is the map you need to take your digital marketing from good to great. More on Get Scrappy >>

Ready to Get Scrappy at #SocialBrand16?

Again, this is the best way to attend the Social Brand Forum and share insights from Get Scrappy with your team right now. How do you take advantage of this special offer? Simply order 10 copies of Get Scrappy now from Amazon or Barnes and Noble and email your receipt to scrappy@westergaard.com. We’ll send you a code for your FREE Social Brand Forum registrations along with Get Scrappy bonus content and digital extras.

HURRY! This offer expires at the end of the Get Scrappy launch week — Friday, May 13th at Midnight.

Get Scrappy at Social Brand Forum 2016 now!




Nick Westergaard
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is a strategist, speaker, educator, and author of Get Scrappy: Smarter Digital Marketing for Businesses Big and Small. He is the Chief Brand Strategist at Brand Driven Digital, where he helps build better brands online. He also teaches at the University of Iowa and is host of the On Brand podcast. More about Nick.


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