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Added a blogger dinner to the end of a busy and wildly successful trade show effort in New York City this week.
Connecting with industry colleagues from around the world that I simply would not have met otherwise? It's like jet fuel for my blogging efforts.
As we settle into 2008, I'm getting back to my steady diet of social media. Watch this space.
Posted on 01/18/2008 at 07:32 AM in From the Field, Public Relations, The Brand Called Me, Trade Show Public Relations | Permalink
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Aren't all conversations, by definition, interactive?
Monica St. James |
01/21/2008 at 04:56 PM
Monica - LOL, I guess a one-sided question would not be too interactive. But the first-half of the headline is kind of a joke. The blogger dinner was just that, dinner. We talked about politics, media and some social media as well.
Kevin Dugan |
01/21/2008 at 09:14 PM
Wow. Would it be rude of me to point out the predominant demographic at that table?
Colin McKay |
01/23/2008 at 04:35 PM
Colin - As a proud member of the Facebook Group, The W List, I would encourage you to do so.
And I would point anyone reading this to this wiki for a full list of Woman bloggers: http://wmagicallist.wikispaces.com/
Kevin Dugan |
01/23/2008 at 04:49 PM
I'm with Colin. The lack of women is the first thing I noticed about your photo. Though there is one woman toward the back of the group.
02/04/2008 at 01:34 AM
What predominant demographic? I don't notice anything.
Albany Trade Show Exhibits |
01/16/2009 at 01:57 PM
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