ConvergeSouth 2011 Five Questions: Jeff SanGeorge
This post is part of our Converge South series. Last week we met Sue & Rob. Today’s five questions are with Jeff SanGeorge. If you haven’t yet registered and would like to attend, you can sign up [here].
Jeff SanGeorge is a speaker, graphic designer, and social media marketing professional. He serves on the board of directors for ConvergeSouth and his company, Connect Marketing & Design, works with small businesses to develop internet marketing and branding solutions. Jeff speaks regularly on marketing technologies and social media. This year will be his second time presenting to the folks attending ConvergeSouth.
Five Questions with Jeff SanGeorge:
Q1: What are you speaking about at ConvergeSouth and what can people expect to get out of attending your session?
The session I’m leading at ConvergeSouth is called “building your web presence for non-profits”. My presentation will cover will be an interactive discussion about a practical web strategies for non-profit organizations. We will cover practical ways to develop a strategy, get the most out of limited time and resources, target your audience, and use the power of digital media to build your web presence and accomplish organizational goals.
Q2 : What is the next big opportunity for businesses on the web?
Smart businesses should keep their eyes on Google+, right now it’s just for individuals, but soon they plan to launch business pages (like Facebook pages). Google+ has already proven it’s great for SEO and I think the potential for businesses will be huge.
Q3: If you could have any super power what would it be and why?
Ten years ago I would have said flying, but the one I want now is The power to drive massive amounts of web traffic to any website at any time!
Q4: If you could have dinner with two people from history, who would they be and why?
I’d have to say Ben Franklin and Leonardo DaVinci both were creative visionaries who took their visions into reality.
Q5 Higher Klout Score: Picasso, Rembrandt, Warhol, or Pollack?
They were all masters, but in my opinion no one was as transformative as as Picasso, For that, he gets crazy Klout!
I serve on the board of directors for ConvergeSouth. This year’s event is shaping up to be a great one and as a way of introducing the speakers, this is the second in a series of posts on ConvergeSouth 2011. Click [register] if you would like to attend.