It’s something we all do today, but we tend to think of publishing in the traditional sense of newspapers and books. So with that in mind, lets explore the world of online/offline publishing from the social perspective we’re engaging in today.
Date & Time: January 28th, 2011
Location: Sheraton Bloomington
Business & Marketing Coach, Next Stage Business
Pamela Muldoon is a Business & Marketing Coach with Next Stage Business, a training & consulting firm that specializes in helping Independent Professionals, Salespeople, & Small Business Owners develop marketing plans that work! She brings a 3-Step process to building a marketing plan that is “simple, but not always easy”. Pamela also launched Next Stage Business Radio in 2010, an online business radio station offering various programs for the small business community.
Webmaster, Times Media/St. Cloud Times
Always pushing the technological envelope, Cy has spent the last 6 years in the newspaper industry at Times Media focusing on online content, advertising, mobile and social media initiatives. Responsible for developing and executing integrated brand communication strategies, Cy successfully keeps a finger on the pulse of the ever-changing online media world.
Managing Director, Minnesota Newspaper Association
A self-professed advertising geek, Dan has successfully implemented innovative marketing strategies in the newspaper, magazine, digital out-of-home and action-sports industries over the past 15 years. Regardless of the medium, Dan’s approach always remains consistent: effectively delivering relevant content and brand messaging to an increasingly mobile audience that will ultimately lead to consumer engagement and sustainable results.
Kevin D. Hendricks
Freelance writer, blogger, editor & author, Monkey Outta Nowhere
Kevin is a freelance writer and editor for sites including Church Marketing Sucks and HalogenTV. In 2010 he published two books that support causes: Addition by Adoption, which has raised $5,000 for clean water in Ethiopia, and Open Our Eyes, featuring a foreword by Chris Brogan. Kevin is a work-at-home dad, juggling diapers, toys and Twitter.
Well, at you can see from the above, Shareology was at the latest Social Media Breakfast in Bloomington, Minnesota; let’s take a look at the visual record:
To get the gist of the conversation go to #smbmsp on Twitter, follow @SMBMSP, or go to http://smbmsp.org/ for future events or to sign up for Social Media Breakfast Minneapolis St.Paul.
Next month’s SMB gathering is February 25 at 8 am and the topic is a February Favorite:
SMB My Valentine! Talking about relationships and how people find each other using social media (and more)!
Kay Roseland @KayLoire