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Last Chance to Save $200 off Registration for 7th Annual Online Revealed Canada Conference

Last Chance to Save 0 off Registration for 7th Annual Online Revealed Canada Conference

Toronto News, (PR) January 04, 2012

Canada’s premier tourism online marketing conference Online Revealed Canada offers exceptional value for travel and tourism professionals focused on building their online business. Register with the super early bird rate by January 6, 2012 to save 0. New this year, registration includes two free bonus features – access to breakout sessions during the Hotel Association of Canada (HAC) Conference on March 6th, and free admission for a full day at the Canadian Tourism Marketing Summit on March 7th.

Registered delegates are provided Freedom Passes with cross over privileges to all workshops offering the ultimate flexibility to chose to attend any breakout session they like. ORC delegates can mix & match with some of the sessions that HAC is offering or stay in the Online Revealed track. Either way, it will be two great days of information-packed workshops dedicated to tourism online marketing” states Patricia Brusha, Co-Founder of Online Revealed Canada and A Couple of Chicks e-Marketing who present Online Revealed Canada.

The 22 workshops offering hands-on learning include “How to Create an SEO Strategy” and “Social Media Champions: Who Is Managing Your Online Voice?” HAC sessions include “Travel Intentions Survey” and “QR Code Marketing, Does it Work for Travel,” and so many more. In addition, ORC 2012 features two inspiring keynotes presented by all-star social media gurus Steve Irving, Senior Business Leader at Facebook Canada and Leonard Brody, President, Clarity Digital Group.

To take advantage of super early bird rates available until January 6, 2012 for Canada’s leading online marketing conference for the tourism and travel industry, visit http://www.onlinerevealed.com/register_now.php

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