Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Monitoring Social Media 09 and Everything Faster updates

Pleased to say Luke has now fixed (a very nice) venue for Monitoring Social Media and released earlybird tickets (£100 off) which will be available during September. The event is on November 17 at Lewis Media Centre, Millbank, London.

And in other speaky bits news, my own seminar (Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Social Media But Were Afraid To Ask...), on the morning of October 2 in Huntingdon, Cambs, has just five earlybird tickets left. Which I'm personally blown away about - so thanks very much to everyone who has helped to spread the word on that (please don't stop now!).

Here's the official blurb on Luke's Monitoring Social Media 09:
With the phenomenal growth of social networks, blogging, video & image-sharing and micro-blogging, Social Media Monitoring (SMM) is becoming one of the hottest areas of marketing and PR innovation. Enabling companies to listen to conversations, track trends, engage with consumers and monitor the effects of their interventions is a highly competitive and fast-moving industry.

MSM 09 will bring together global Social Media Monitoring experts, suppliers, PR & marketing professionals for a one-day conference in London on 17th November 2009.The first event of its kind in Europe, MSM 09 offers attendees a series of high-value talks, panel sessions and demo’s, featuring some of the worlds leading social media monitoring companies.
 Speakers so far include:
  • Marshall Madson - Director for Digital Strategy, Edelman UK
  • Neville Hobson - blogger and podcaster, The Hobson & Holtz Report
  • Alan Moore - Author, Communities Dominate Brands, Social Media Marketing
  • Giles Palmer - CEO, BrandWatch
  • Paul Alexander - CEO, Beyond Analysis
  • David Cushman, Director of Social Media, Brando Social  
 Nice to be sharing a stage with Alan again - and for the first time with Neville (who I know from Tuttle etc). 

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