"The Now Revolution" co-author Jay Baer will be in Des Moines to give a professional development seminar. Jay will present three categories of social media measurement and introduce the specific questions and tangible markers of success for each.A copy of the Now Revolution is included in the price, as is lunch from Baratta's. This event is sponsored by the Social Media Club Des Moines, Strategic America, NAMA, IABC and AAF. The Public Library of Des Moines is also an in-kind sponsor and is…See More
"Mr. Hauenstein should chime in here any minute about the political Twitter spoofing in his world. What is it about politics and social media, especially Twitter? I smell an upcoming panel discussion."
"Fundamentally, phones get around blocked websites on desktops. And, as you point out, employees can waste time in lots of ways that don't involve FB and Twitter.
I know that local companies who are happy with their social media activity…"
How does your social media work stack up?Come find out as Ryan Hanser details the results of Hanser & Associates’ latest benchmark research on local adoption of social media tools. You’ll learn who’s using what (spoiler: Facebook!) and the outcomes of these efforts – data you can use to improve your own online communication.$20.00 Regular Member Ticket $30.00 Guest Ticket $10.00 Student Ticket Please register online at…See More
Believe it or not, we know some lawyers who really DO embrace social media and know the ins and outs. Attorney Megan Erickson practices law and writes extensively on social media topics in her blog Erickson's Social Networking Law. While Megan's focus is on employment law, she's spoken on several aspects of legal issues around social media and web 2.0. Megan's presentation begins at 7:30, so come early to grab food and…See More