ANTI-Social Media: What Not to Do in Web 2.0

www.inkthinkerblog.com — Title: ANTI-Social Media: What Not to Do in Web 2.0
Location: Merrill Lynch Conference Center | 1152 Fifteenth Street, NW – 6th Floor | Washington, D.C. 20005
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Description: Great seminar from the Washington Network Group (WNG)! Mark your calendar, and please report back here if you attend.

About Our Topic:

Blogging. Podcasting. Facebook. Twitter. These Social Media initiatives are becoming more and more prevalent in both professional and personal conversations, and now are making appearances in our mainstream media headlines. Web 2.0 is quickly becoming the new cost-effective option in an economically troubled climate. But there\’s a slight problem: Many businesses, all with the best of intentions, are doing it horribly wrong. This is the \”Tough Love\” look at how people are jumping on the Social Media bandwagon and completely miss the point. From Twitter auto-responders to podcasts without purpose, to babbling blogs, this is the talk where you take a closer look at how start-ups, entrepreneurs, and corporate entities are taking the \”Social\” out of Social Media.

About Our Speaker:

Tee Morris is an accomplished writer and public speaker on the subject of new media concepts.

His first book concerning the Web 2.0 movement, Podcasting for Dummies (co-written with Evo Terra), was ranked #1 by Nieslen BookScan on the subject of podcasting. Its success led to the follow-up, Expert Podcasting Practices for Dummies, a second edition (with podcaster Chuck Tomasi), and to his own editorial column \”Behind the Mic\” for Blogger and Podcaster magazine. This summer, Tee will be releasing his third Social Media title, All a Twitter, from Que Publishing.

He has also hosted seminars, led workshops, and designed classes on new media, online networking, and audio and video production in Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland, Arizona, and California.

Who Should Attend:

Everyone who is trying to understand the Social Media phenomenon: Corporate executives, business professionals, and entrepreneurs; communicators of every stripe: media, public relations, and marketing communications; government relations and public affairs professionals; government and public sector communicators; investors and venture capitalists; executive search and recruiting professionals.

WNG Communications Roundtable:

This special event is held under the auspices of our WNG Communications Roundtable, which supports WNG Members faced with challenges in communications, public relations, marketing, investor relations, and public affairs. We support our constituents by convening business networking opportunities and content-driven programs that address issues of interest across these fields.

Special Thanks:

This event is generously hosted by Merrill Lynch.

How to Register for this Event:

WNG Members: $20 advance registration (paid online)
Non-Members: $40 advance registration (paid online)
Media: Free of charge for credentialed journalists and reporters

On-site: $10 surcharge for unregistered walk-ins paying at the door
Start Time: 16:30
Date: 2009-02-26
End Time: 18:30

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