MarketSmiths Betting on Vegas for SXSW’s V2V Event

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After a wildly successful South-by-Southwest (SXSW) workshop, MarketSmiths is at it again!

We had such a blast in Austin, we couldn’t resist the opportunity to jump back into SXSW’s nerdy embrace. This time, we’re throwing our hat into the ring for V2V Las Vegas, SXSW’s newest event for entrepreneurs and innovators.

If chosen by voters, our panel “Content That Sells: Writing to Reel in Business” will show you how to create captivating content that brings in more business (ka-ching!).

Sounds awesome, right? We need your votes to make it happen! Here’s how to help out:

1. If you don’t have a SXSW account already, click here to sign up (no, you won’t get any spam). If you already have one, skip to step 3.

2. You’ll receive a confirmation email: open it, click the link, and sign in.

3. Then click here to vote for Content That Sells: Writing to Reel in Business. Afterward, we’d love for you to post comments and socialize the panel to your friends and contacts.

Stay tuned for further updates! Here’s hoping we get to see you in Vegas!

Gregory Lewis

Gregory Lewis

A winsome wordsmith, Gregory M. Lewis loves nothing better than absorbing new information and crystallizing it into clear, captivating copy. Greg brings his incisive insight and easy-going approach to every project. In his free time, the Chicago native can be spotted at Nets games, art galleries, and local concerts in Brooklyn.

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