The edSocialMedia Summit 2012
Wednesday, April 4, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 4:45 PM (PDT)
The 2012 edSocialMedia Summit is the place to be for advancement, education and non-profit professionals involved in any way with social media in their organization.
An all-star lineup of social media veterans are gathering with one goal: helping you create conversation, build community and generate action (like giving your organization money!).
Visit the Summit site for speaker and topic details!
Schedule as follows:
9:45-10:30: 99 Awesome Facebook Marketing Tips You Can Use Right Away, with Brian Carter
10:30-11:15: Inversity, A Higher Education View of LinkedIn, with John Hill
11:15-11:30: Break: Networking, tweeting, friending and reading
11:30-12:15: Connecting Inbound Marketing for Exceptional Return, with Rand Fishkin
12:15-1:30: Open lunch to explore Fisherman's Wharf: Extended lunch period for you to connect and learn with like-minded colleagues as your see the sites around San Francisco. There are a number of lunch options available here.
1:30-2:15: Donate your voice: Lessons from two years of automated, integrated social campaigns, with Erin Swanson of Water.org
2:15-3:00: Viral Video: Bringing Culture to the Curb, with Ian Symmonds
3:00-3:15: Break: Networking, tweeting, friending and reading
3:15-4:00: Balancing Creativity with Leadership: The Challenge of Social Media, with Andy Shaindlin
4:00-4:45: Our Community: The Co-Author of Our Brand Story, with Georgy Cohen
Thank you to our supportive sponsors:
And we appreciate our community supporters of the Summit!
Cancellation policy: edSocialMedia will be unable to issue refunds to registered participants who do not attend. However, attendees who must cancel due to weather-related problems may receive credit towards future edSocialMedia events. Please direct all cancellation-related inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When & Where
edSocialMedia provides social media training for educators and schools. We seek to provide social media professional development through workshops, seminars & webinars. See events page for details. http://www.edsocialmedia.com/blog/etc/events/