User Friendly Media CEO Bruce Howard to Speak at BIA/Kelseys SMB Digital Marketing 2012 Conference, Sept. 17-19, in Chicago

The Woodlands, Texas (PRWEB) September 12, 2012

User Friendly Media announced today that CEO Bruce Howard will be a featured speaker at SMB Digital Marketing 2012, BIA/Kelseys upcoming conference focused on the leading edge of small-business marketing innovation, Sept. 17-19, Chicago, Illinois. On Day 3 of the conference, Howard will participate on a panel titled, Whats Important and Why in SMB Marketing. He will provide his insights on the types of digital marketing solutions gaining traction with SMBs.

One of the biggest trends were seeing with our small-business advertisers is a desire to get into the mobile game to ensure they dont lose out to mobilized competitors, said Howard. Im looking forward to joining my fellow panelists in discussing which solutions are resonating with SMBs today and where the business is headed.

At SMB Digital Marketing, top industry executives will share their insights on the latest digital marketing solutions for small and medium-sized businesses, encompassing local search, mobile and social platforms, and daily deals and pure pay-for-performance models, said Conference Cochairman Peter Krasilovsky, vice president and program director, BIA/Kelsey. We are fortunate to have Bruce among our featured speakers, and we look forward to his contribution to the conference program.

About SMB Digital Marketing 2012 (#SMBDIGITAL)

SMB Digital Marketing 2012 is the evolution of BIA/Kelseys successful Digital Media Strategies conference series. It addresses the needs of small and medium-sized businesses, directory publishers and others in the directional media ecosystem. This event features leaders and innovators in interactive local media and marketing, with a focus on local search, mobile search, social channels, deals and verticals. For more information, visit

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