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These are the final days to register for Thursday's Monetizing and Branding Through the Internet Conference, being organized by Corridor Inc., PressBox and Center Maryland.

Google’s Dan Taylor and Under Armour’s Dan Mecchi will be the headline speakers at the breakfast event. Taylor is the director of Google Display Network, overseeing all national advertising for Google, and Mecchi is Under Armour’s Director of Digital Media. Both will share tactics for targeting communications, customizing outreach, driving message and efforts toward the right people, branding online, and leveraging a digital presence to increase the bottom line.

The conference will feature a special introduction from Governor O’Malley, as well as a expert panel discussion moderated by Ted Venetoulis and Dick Gelfman.

“Dan Taylor and Dan Mecchi represent two of the world’s most successful firms, and will provide digital insight and advice that should be valuable to virtually anyone who is looking to monetize and brand through the Internet – whether they work in Fortune 500 companies, small firms, non-profit organizations or government,” said Venetoulis, publisher of Corridor Inc.

Speakers will provide a professional view on achieving a return on digital investments, including:

• Web advertising & marketing locally & nationally;
• Building and motivating highly-engaged audiences;
• Boosting your company's revenue; and
• Branding through social media.

The conference is planned for Thursday, June 16, from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., at The Overhills Mansion 916 S. Rolling Rd., Catonsville, 21228. A deluxe continental breakfast will be provided by Whitehouse Caterers.

Registration for the conference is $125. To register, go to
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