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Attend the 2011 Annual Convention to Record Your Video

http://www.alta.org/images/meetings/business/video_alta.jpg During this difficult market, you need as many tools as possible to stand out from the pack. To differentiate yourself from the competition, ALTA has created a Personalized Marketing Video to help promote your services.

Attendees at this year's Annual Convention, which is being held Oct. 12-15 at the Charleston Place Hotel in Charleston, S.C., will have the opportunity to record a short message about your company that will be included in a one-minute video promoting the benefits of title insurance. Don't worry about what to say. We will have a script prepared to aid you in the recording.

Click here to schedule a time to record your Personalized Marketing Video.
(Note: You will need to be logged in to schedule a time)

You can use this video to help market your company by putting it on:

  • Your company's website,
  • Social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn); or
  • Link to it from your email.

Click here to check out a sample of the video, which can be tailored to include your company logo and contact information. If you would like to include your company logo, please email the image to Barry Sawyer.

Click here to schedule a time to record your video during the conference. ALTA will have a recording area set up at the conference and will produce your video before you head home.

Conference Education Opportunities
Not only can the Personalized Marketing Video help give you a competitive advantage, the various education sessions will provide information on the latest industry trends - information that will give you a leg up on the competition. Click here to view the registration brochure, which includes a complete conference schedule and full details of the professional development sessions and speakers.

ALTA is proud to offer a total of 234 hours of Continuing Education in many states from 13 sessions, and 160 hours of Continuing Legal Education hours from 10 sessions. Click here to see what’s been approved for your state.