As our members know, in addition to our popular educational and social events, Atlanta’s Social Media Club is always looking for ways we can add value and keep you posted on events of interest here in town – our favorite thing is when we get to do both!
We’re happy to announce that we’ve once again partnered with Digital Summit Atlanta, being held May 14-15 at the Georgia World Congress Center, to offer our community a special discount and a chance to win a free ticket! With more than 100 speakers from leading brands providing you the latest digital marketing and business strategies and best practices, the event is the largest of its kind in the Southeast, with over 1,500 attendees.
Note: This is a guest post by Jill Levenson, Sponsorship Chair, SMCATL
On Tuesday evening, February 19, almost 150 social media fiends stormed the eco-chic offices of 22squared to hear some of the brightest social thinkers in Atlanta dig into the topic of pay for play. Our panel consisted of the leaders of two real world partnerships. I’ll call them Team Twitter and Team Facebook.
Looking to up your social media game? We've got the digital deal for you. Digital Summit Atlanta 2012, coming May 9-10 at the Cobb Galleria, offers two days focused on a content ranging from customer engagement to mobile & location; search marketing to analytics; e-commerce to online video, and more.
Featured speakers include the Gilt Groupe, Twitter, Mashable and The Onion, among others, and here's your chance to see them all for free, as Social Media Club Atlanta is giving away a free ticket to one of our members.
“Social media” is not cute. It’s real and it’s necessary. Sandy Carter’s Get Bold is the blueprint for turning your business into a Social Business. Carter is the Vice President / Social Business Evangelism at IBM. Many of the examples of social engagement in Get Bold are from IBM. Fortunately, these tactics can be applied to almost any business. The book is centered around The Social Business AGENDA framework. The framework is broken down into the following six workstreams: