Upcoming Social Media Breakfast

SMBME 98 – Ask. Us. Anything.

THIS is going to be a good time. On April 26th we are going to shake up the SMBME format. Join Sean Wilkinson, from Might & Main, and I while we field all of the questions you can toss at us for the morning.

  • Have a specific question about your Google Analytics account?
  • Want to know how to find your customers?
  • Want to know what it is like working for agencies and brands?
  • Want to know what it is really like branded Maine’s best restaurants?
  • Want immediate feedback on your project/pitch/website?
  • What is it like hosting a monthly event for almost 10 years?
  • How do you use Instagram for your business?
  • How do you grow you in-Maine business nationally?

Ask. Us. Absolutely. Anything. I promise in Amanda and Sean’s style we will answer it truthfully, with experience, humor, grace, sarcasm, with curiosity, and with the intent to help you succeed. If we can’t help you, we will put you in the hands of someone else who can!

A conversation like this is going to take a skilled moderator so we have asked Bob O’Brien from Noyes Hall and Allen to lead us in what we know will be an awesome morning.

Let’s finally get alllll the burning questions asked and answered!

What: SMBME 98 – Ask. Us. Anything.

When: April 26th, 7:30-10:00 AM

Where: Rising Tide – 103 Fox Street, Portland

How: We would never, ever, ever be able to do this without our sponsors: Noyes Hall and Allen, flyte new media, Gorham Savings Bank, Cloudport, and Zebralove Web Solutions


  • 7:30 am – Doors open, breakfast served.
  • 8:00 am – Let’s get down to those burning questions!
  • 10:00 am – Event ends and everyone is off to work to immediately implement what they learned during the event 😉


There is plenty of parking available at Rising Tide, on Fox Street, Diamond Street, and the Marginal Way park and ride.

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