Sunday, March 14, 2010

BlogWell Cincinnati April 7th 2010

One of the best professional development series in social media is coming to town with BlogWell Cincinnati April 7th at the Duke Energy Center. It’s an impressive line-up of professionals using social media to advance the business objectives of their respective organizations. The line-up is heavy with practical experience and you can expect lessons that will apply beyond the digital realm and into any community-building, marketing, public relations or communication discipline.

So why am I posting their brochure in this space?

Cincinnati Social Media is proud to be a partner in presenting the half-day event. You can find more details here, and if you’re a member of the CincySM group over at LinkedIn, we can swing you a discount on attending. The registration code is here.

For those of you scoring along at home:

Lisa Hoffman on how Duke Energy manages real-time response during weather emergencies and leverages down time to build awareness.

Blair Kleinof of AT&T covers how one of the world's largest communications companies uses social media.

Ed Nicholson, the PR guy at Tyson Foods, describes building a community around the issue of hunger.

David Witt, another public relations pro, will talk about what General Mills does to create conversations with influencers.

Virginia Suliman of Hilton Worldwide will outline Hilton’s global social media strategy for 3,400 hotels under nine different banners.

Lionel Menchaca, chief blogger at Dell, will talk about how they’re leveraging communities to drive e-commerce.

A little hometown presence as Anitra Marsh, global ER manager at Procter and Gamble shares some lessons from several P&G Beauty case studies.

And another PR case study from Kelly Voelker, brand manager for PR and social media describes her experience using social media to inform customers during a product recall.

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