Members only. Confidential. Conversations.

75 Brands are Attending this Meeting (so far):


AARP, Ace Hardware, Alamo Rent A Car, American Family Insurance, American Greetings, Amica Mutual Insurance, Amtrak, Analog Devices, Arrow Electronics, Asurion, AT&T, Auto-Owners Insurance, Avery Products, BBVA Compass, Big Lots, Blizzard Entertainment, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina, Boeing, Bosch, Brother International, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Cargill, Chevron, Cisco, Costco, Delaware North, Dell, Discover Financial, Discovery Communications, Enterprise Holdings, FedEx, Ferguson Enterprises, First Republic Bank, Fortune Brands Home & Security, Garmin International, Georgia-Pacific, Hallmark, Henry Schein, Hess Corporation, Honeywell, HSBC, Illumina, Johnsonville Sausage, Kaiser Permanente, KeyBank, Kindred Healthcare, The Kroger Company, Lenovo, MGM Resorts, Nissan North America, Novartis, Owens-Illinois, Panasonic, Papa John’s, Philips, Rite Aid, Royal Bank of Canada, Rust-Oleum, Santander Bank, ServiceNow, State Farm, T. Rowe Price, Thrivent Financial, Trend Micro, Ultimate Software, UnitedHealth Group, Universal Parks, UPS, Vanguard, VF Corporation, Voya Financial, Wells Fargo, Wendy’s, and Zurich North America.

  • Invite-Only
  • Brands-Only
  • No Vendors

(Yes, really.)

This isn’t a typical conference. This is where you get together with members to have conversations you can’t have anywhere else.

This is an exclusive, private meeting for SocialMedia.org members — no vendors, no sponsors, and no outsiders.


You’ll get better information, because it’s a private meeting for people like you.

There are certain things you can only talk about face-to-face, with people like you, in total confidentiality. You get better answers when experienced practitioners can share openly and honestly — with no vendors in the room. You can’t get this anywhere else.

Keith McArthur

Some say last year’s meeting was the best social media conference they’ve ever attended. I’ll do one better. I think it might have been the most valuable conference I’ve ever attended, period.

Keith McArthur, Rogers Communications

Ranae Blanke

SocialMedia.org Member Meetings have the most authentic, knowledgeable, experienced, and sincere professionals I have ever met.

Ranae Blanke, Hobby Lobby

Natanya Anderson

I think my favorite thing about SocialMedia.org in-person meetings is that I’m reminded my team and I aren’t ever alone — it matters.

Natanya Anderson, Whole Foods Market

Julie Finlay

Being at a Member Meeting is being among your people. You don’t have to explain what you do — you can just be a sponge soaking up real-world experiences.

Julie Finlay, USAA

Good things happen when vendors leave the room


It’s a better use of your time. We have great conversations, and nothing else.

You pick the topics, so every conversation is useful and relevant. All the content is from fellow members who know what they’re talking about, not bad speeches, panels, or pitches. And, it’s a well-run meeting, on time, with amazing customer service.

See the types of conversations we’ll have


It feels like a family reunion.

It’s a fun, uplifting experience to spend time with your tribe. There’s a level of comfort and support you get when you know that everyone in the room understands you.

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It’s so much fun to be with your tribe