|May 23, 2010 8:00 pm||to||May 24, 2010 12:00 pm|
We’re big believers in free at the Social Media Club, so you can also sign up for a free evening social on Sunday, Mary 23rd from 8 to 10 at Dante’s. But again, you have to hurry — as of this writing there are little more than 20 spaces left for the free event!
You can sign up for both Sunday evening’s free event, as well as Monday’s main dish, at http://eatdrink.eventbrite.com. See you there!
Christopher S. Penn’s slides, and more video content, is available at the Blue Sky Factory website.
|May 3, 2010 7:30 am||to||May 5, 2010 5:30 pm|
The week after our Framingham get-together, the Social Media Club Boston is sponsoring the B2B Forum in Boston, and I’d like to extend this special offer from Ann Handley of MarketingProfs:
Special offer for Social Media Club:
Save $300 on the B2B Forum in Boston
Travel cutbacks? Not to worry.
Here’s a special offer for friends of the Social Media Club of Boston: Attend the B2B Forum May 3-5 and save $300!
drive sales in 2010. Plus, I must admit that I’m pretty happy to host so many smart B2B
marketers in my hometown!
The B2B Forum is a one-stop shop for education that draws B2B marketers from across the nation to brainstorm, network, and problem-solve at lightning speed. You’ll never experience anything like it!
3—All New Training Day
4 & 5—Full Conference Program
Choose from dozens
of concurrent sessions. Grab one-on-one FREE expert advice. Attend a Hot Seat
Lab. Network all day! See all
the details here.
Head into Boston, change your
marketing life forever, and head back home! Now, what’s not to love about that?
content and great networking."
—Michael Grover, InformationWeek (2009
Register today with code SMC to get your $300 Social
Media Club discount, and I’ll see you at the Seaport
Center in Boston.
All the best,
Chief Content Officer
|April 29, 2010|
|6:00 pm||to||10:00 pm|
The next Social Media Club Boston event will be Thursday, April 29th at 6:00pm at the IDG offices in Framingham — a perfect opportunity for Metro West social media practitioners, communicators and business leaders to connect, learn and share.
Sign up now: http://smcb10apr.eventbrite.com/. There are less that 10 seats left!
How does your enterprise or small business measure success in the social world? What tools and techniques are being used to measure real business impact? What qualitative and quantitative metrics provide the best insight, and what processes do you need to put in place to respond to what you learn?
What can small- and mid-sized companies learn from large corporations, and vice-versa? The great folks at IDG are hosting another Social Media Club Boston event to answer these questions.
From the enterprise perspective, we’ll have EMC and IDG share their insights on what they’re measuring and what they’re not measuring. They’ll be joined by another one or two small- and mid-sized businesses. It promises to be a great
panel and networking opportunity.
Sign up now for this free event: http://smcb10apr.eventbrite.com/
LaunchCamp 2010 Boston is happening now. If you’re reading this, you’re probably not there (unless you’re a tech-savvy well-connected mobile-Maistro stalker). Well, this is the next best thing: We’re going to be livestreaming the event as much as possible. You can see live video, chat and Twitter feeds at http://itsfreshground.com/launchcamp/livestream/. Things kick off at 8am ET.
Better quality recorded video will be available at a later time from that same page. Join the conversation on that page, or by tweeting with the #LaunchCamp hashtag. Fresh Ground is not responsible for the comments that appear on our site — please chat and tweet responsibly, folks!