Internet Week NY - 2009
Dean Meyers took visual notes in the sessions that Chris Heuer and I led, and they are really excellent.
Here are a few of the photos I took yesterday in between presenting and helping run Social Media Camp. Did you take photos? Please give us a link in the comments!
HowardGr’s Social Media Camp, June 4 2009 photoset
UPDATE: Pictures from Jay Bryant.
It seems obvious now that Social Media is more then marketing, but marketing has been the tip of the spear that has made it relevant to most organizations, and is indeed a key part of the growth Social Media has experienced (not taking anything away from the grass roots, personal nature of its original usage). [...]
We all know that unemployment, particularly in the U.S., is up. We also know that Social Media is becoming an increasingly more important part of the hiring process, with employers using reputation searches through social sites as the basis for their hiring (and even firing) decisions. This is the important of the personal branding we [...]
In this session we will delve into the various types of software and services that are powering Social Media. There are many different ways to think of Social Media, and most people think of it in its simplest terms, or rather the one’s that they are most familiar with. But there is a wide variety [...]
As social beings, we all have our personas, our reputations, our relationships and so much more that goes into creating are overall identity. In order to be engaged in Social Media, it is important for us to properly craft a digital identity that figuratively and literally ‘puts our best foot forward’. In this session we [...]
In the opening of our Social Media 101 track being offered at Social Media Camp during InternetWeek New York, we will help people understand the larger issues behind the rise of Social Media, discuss the ways that people define it, its impact on organizations and important considerations when engaging with Social Media as an individual [...]
We are really excited about this coming Thursday June 4, 2009 at the Roger Smith Hotel. Especially now that we have reached our capacity. Yesterday I had thought we could oversell a bit expecting some no-shows, but in talking with a few people, it doesn’t seem like that is going to be the case. So [...]
We’d very much like to thank PR Newswire/MultiVu for stepping in at the last minute (sadly after the T-shirts were made) to support our efforts in Social Media Camp. PR Newswire has hosted several Social Media Club NY meetings in the last few months and their support is appreciated.
PR Newswire is the global leader in [...]
We’re excited that we can bring you the info from one of the tracks at Social Media Camp live on the net! Mark Burstiner (@markb) specializes in Video, FTW (for the web). He’s available for hire to stream events LIVE from New York City, partnering with Livestream.com and he is joining us for Social Media [...]