Archive for February, 2011
This is a continuation of my liveblogging from Podcamp Toronto 2011 today. Again, don’t expect Engadget-at-an-Apple Event-like speeds (I don’t have that much gear) but I’m going to try to quickly summarize some of the salient points I catch from each presentation I attend. Hope you enjoy!
Filed under: Brands, Campaigns, Events, Social Media, Tech | 4 Comments
Tags: #pcto2011, Digital Hygiene, Edelman, Future of Social Media, Google Analytics, Integrated Communications, Kick-ass Women in New & Social Media, Measuring What Matters - A Romp for Keys in the Dark, Mobile, Photography and Social Media, PodCamp Toronto, PodcampTO, postaweek2011, Rob Clark, Social Media Measurement
Trying my hand at liveblogging from Podcamp Toronto 2011 today. Don’t expect Engadget-at-an-Apple Event-like speeds (I don’t have that much gear) but let’s give it a shot, k?
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Tags: #NakedDating, #pcto2011, Blogging disclosure policy, Customer Advocacy vs. Company Advocacy, Danny Brown, Dave Fleet, Edelman, Eden Spodek, Future of community management, Gini Dietrich, How To Build a Product in 99 days, Integrated Communication, Liveblogging, LoSoPhoMo, Mark Evans, Podcamp Toronto 2011, PodcampTO, postaweek2011, Rise of less shiny object, Social Media Trends for Business, The Importance of Core Messaging
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!!!!
10 reasons to high-tail it down to Podcamp Toronto this year.
Filed under: Brands, Canada, Events, Personal, Social Media, Tech | 2 Comments
Tags: #pcto2011, Podcamp TO, Podcamp Toronto 2011, postaweek2011, What is Podcamp?, Why I love Podcamp, Why you should go to Podcamp
What do Kenneth Cole, the crisis in Egypt and a badly timed tweet have in common?
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Tags: Bad PR Decisions, Conflict in Egypt, good news?, Is any news, Kenneth Cole, Kenneth Cole PR, Kenneth Cole Spring Collection, Kenneth Cole tweet, postaweek2011, Spring Collection