Posted April 2, 2008 2:59 pm by with 2 comments

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I’ve been asked to speak at Blog Carolinas, here in the Raleigh-Durham area. The event is taking place on May 9th and is completely free–although space is limited to the first 200 registrants.

There’s more than a dozen quality sessions and lots of networking opportunities. More details below.


Blog Carolinas
A Conversation about Social Media in the Enterprise

  • See how Social Media is impacting your Marketing and Communications Strategy
  • Learn how Community can serve as a model to improve your organization’s productivity
  • Meet others that are dealing with the same issues you are.
  • Talk to experts in the fields of On Line Reputation, Search Engine Optimization, Web 2.0 Technology and On Line Community Building
  • Experience cool new stuff

Event Details

Date: May 9, 2008

Location: (Map)

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
3106 East NC Highway 54
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

How to Register

You can register for the event at:
Blog Carolinas is a free event but is limited to about 200 attendees, therefore registration is necessary to attend.

Sessions & Format

Scheduled sessions include:

  • Listening to the Conversation about your Organization
  • Engage your Customers in Conversation
  • How is Social Media changing PR?
  • Recruiting Digital Natives
  • Be Prepared, Sharing Information is a Culture Shift

All sessions will be conversational, no long boring PowerPoint presentations.

Confirmed Session Leaders include:

Who Should Attend

The objective of this event is to begin bridging the gulf that currently exists between the current developers/users of Social Media tools and those organizations that have not yet adopted those tools. Each group has much to learn from the other, and a conversation is the best way to begin to build that bridge. So there are really two audiences for this event:

* People that are currently familiar with Social Media, and want to see it used more effectively in professional and organizational settings.
* People that do not currently use Social Media, but have heard from friends and main stream media that it may be of benefit to their organization.

So let’s start a conversation…

More information about the event can be found at:

  • Jude Sie

    Wow…Thanks for the info…I’ll check the blog…& If i can, i would like to join…because i need better progress for my SEO campaign too..

    Thanks so much…

  • Yemek Tarifleri

    Hi andy,
    thank you very much for this sharing