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Executing Social Media Conference – Oct. 15 – 16


Want to know more about how social media is influencing corporate America – and everything else now? Then come to the 2008 Executing Social Media conference.

During the conference, I’ll be moderating the Integrating Social Media Into Traditional Media: What’s Working, What’s Not panel. Eli Wendkos, the AJC’s social media guru and overall really smart dude, will be one of the guests on this panel.

That particular panel commences at 10am on Wednesday October 15 at Atlanta AT&T’s Midtown headquarters. The conference begins at 8am the same day though, and it is two full days of blue chip networking, great conversations, learning, seminars, good food, and social media-geek chatter galore. I know because I was there last year.

You won’t want to miss a moment. Please join us. Registration and all details here. Tips on how to get the best deal for the conference registration fee are here.

To get a feel for this particular conference, a quickie video (created as a demo while hosting an online video production panel, with Amani Channel, at last year’s Executing Social Media conference) is here. The whole vibe of Executing Social Media is geared towards corporate communications, but in a good way! If you’re in corporate communications, this is the social media conference for you.