(Note: Due to the deadline of getting the catering department a solid count on the number of lunches needed, lunch cannot be guaranteed as a part of your ticket.)
Beginner, intermediate, or advanced - what's next is on everyone's mind. Are you ready to get your questions answered?
Podcamp Boston 4 will be held August 8-9, 2009 at the University of Massachusetts Boston campus. If you're wondering what's next in social media, there's no better place to find out than at PodCamp, regardless of whether you're just getting started or you're a veteran practitioner. Unlike other conferences which are just talking head affairs, PodCamp gives you the opportunity to learn, share, and grow your skills at any level, helping your community as it helps you.
This year, we're aiming to answer the question of what's next - what's next for podcasting, blogging, social media, and the crazy 2.0 world we live in. We're featuring sessions specifically focused on your questions and the answers to them - provided not just by "experts" but by your peers and colleagues as we all learn, share, and grow our social media skills.
Take a look at some of the discussion topics:
- Social media and charitable causes: are you a Gates or a Buffet?
- What can social media do for education?
- How does social media figure into the future of documentary film?
- How do you start this podcasting thing?
- How can we throw traditional media professionals a social media lifeline?
- How do you measure your social media efforts effectively?
Do you have these questions too? Do you have answers to these questions? Be at PodCamp Boston!
Are you ready to be a part of what's next? Register today!
Tickets are non-refundable as of July 1, 2009.
When & Where
The PodCamp Foundation
The PodCamp Foundation was created by Chris Brogan and Christopher Penn as the organizing body for PodCamps around the world.