Social Media and the First-time Attendee
I recently attended the PCMA Convening Leaders conference in Dallas, TX. I was a first time attendee, but I was not your average first-timer.
Changing the Game Forever
Note: This post originally appeared in a free eBook published by Ready2Spark. Download the book here. Companies and associations spend a lot of time, money and effort planning events. Back in the day, the tremendous amount of planning that went into an event was all to ensure that when an attendee arrived at the meeting,…
Collaborating About Social Media At Future Events
In part four of a collaborative blog post on McCurry’s Corner, the team discussed where social media fits into future events.
No Time For Social Media?
It was brought to my attention that it has been some time since my last post. Why? Well, it is because I have been busy. Is that an excuse? No. It’s not. How can I encourage people to use social media and be a slacker myself?
One Size Fits None
Yesterday I have the honor of being at panelist at the Fair Media Council’s Connection Day on the topic of Twitter. After I, and the other distinguished panelists, shared our experiences and strong belief in the power of Twitter, Richard Kessel, CEO of the New York Power Authority and our moderator, commented that he still preferred human-to-human interaction via phone or in person.