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140 | The Twitter Conference Comes To Seattle This March

140 Twitter Conference (PRWeb.com) - 14 January 2010

140 | The Twitter Conference Comes To Seattle This March

The Parnassus Group brings 140 | The Twitter Conference to Seattle on March 8th, 2010, featuring a full day of sessions at the Bell Harbor Conference Center

 Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) -- The Parnassus Group, hosts of 140 | The Twitter Conference (140tc) previously held in Mountain View and Los Angeles, are bringing their signature event covering the business uses of Twitter to Seattle on March 8, 2010. Tickets for the full day conference and evening cocktail party are available online at http://140tc.com/seattle for $199.

Dom Sagolla, co-creator of Twitter and author of the new book "140 Characters, a Style Guide to the Short Form" will be giving an afternoon keynote discussing the origins of Twitter as a company, and the future of short messaging.

The Seattle 140tc will feature many local Twitter stars and local app developers, including Damon Cortesi (@dacort), Kathy Gill (@kegill), Adam Loving (@twibes), Shauna Causey (@shaunacausey), Mónica Guzmán (@moniguzman), and Brad Nelson (@starbucks).

"This will be the fourth time we've hosted 140 | The Twitter Conference," says Jason Preston, Director of New Media for The Parnassus Group, "and every time it sells out. Seattle has an amazing community in tech and social media, and we feel very connected to it. I'm excited to help bring this group of thought leaders together."

The conference schedule covers everything from the ins and outs of tweeting for your business to the details and pitfalls of turning a weekend project into a cash machine.

140 | The Twitter Conference is designed to help marketers and startups find their feet on Twitter, engage with their customers, receive and understand their feedback, and integrate Twitter into their business.

To learn more about the conference and purchase tickets, visit the official web site at http://140tc.com/seattle. For those interested in a developer-specific event, be sure to check out Twitter's official developer conference, Chirp, at http://chirp.twitter.com.

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