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Chicks who Click hosts first conference of the year in Denver this Saturday

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Denver-based Chicks who Click will be hosting their first social media conference of 2010 this Saturday, January 23rd at The Curtis Hotel in Denver.

According to their webside, Chicks who Click is a "one-day Social Media Conference for Women incorporating networking, education and empowerment with like-minded women, achieving great heights in the area of Social Media." The conference, which runs from 8:30am until 5pm, includes several speakers, panel discussions and a roundtable as well as networking opportunities.  There will also be a happy hour following the conference at the Corner Office located inside The Curtis Hotel

Speakers will discuss marketing and social media in general, and specifically the use of Twitter in the media, managing multiple online personalities, and feeding and nuturing your social media community.  The panel will discuss "the balance, the business and the lives of succesful Mommy Bloggers."

Speakers include Melanie Mills (Higher-Ground Inc.), Shelly Kramer ( V3 Marketing), Misty Montano (Channel 4 News), Erika Napoletano (The Head Redhead) and Tara Anderson (Lijit Networks).  Panel members include Aimee Greeblemonkey, Amber Johnson, Julie Marsh, Olivia Omega Logan and Amy Blum.

For more info: To see the full agenda and get registration information, go to www.chickswhoclick.net/conferences.html.  For more information on the speakers, go to www.chickswhoclick.net/speakers

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