SoCon13 is Less Than Two Weeks Away!

Join us for one of the Southeast’s premiere and longest running social media conference series. SoCon13 returns to Kennesaw State University on Saturday, Feb. 9 2012. Use promotional code ‘friend10′ to save 10 percent off the already low registration cost of just $69.…[more]

Another Social Media Blunder Worth Learning From


  As if you really need another lecture on the power of social media. There are a ton of social media blunder recaps, round-ups, and “bewares” around the web, but every once and a while it doesn’t hurt to have a timely reminder. Last week, a long-time AT&T customer took to the compa…[more]

Introducing SoCon13 – February 9, 2013


  One of the Southeast’s premiere and longest-running social media conferences, the SoCon series returns to metro Atlanta for the seventh year, Feb. 9, 2013 at Kennesaw State University.…[more]

Photography is Not a Crime, or is It?


Do you have the right to film police? Do the police have the right to delete video (or any) files from your cell phone? Are you allowed to photograph the exterior of federal buildings? These are all good questions taken from real-life examples. When Miami-based multimedia journalist Carlos Miller st…[more]

YOU Made SMIATL a Great Success, Thanks


PHOTOS from SMIATL 2011 2011′s Social Media Integration conference is officially one for the history books. Special thanks to all the sponsors, speakers and 200+ attendees for making SMIATL2011 another great success! Photos from the conference are live on Picasa. Feel free to tag, share and sa…[more]

SMIATL 2011 Speaker Presentations


Thank You! The 2011 Social Media Integration conference at Kennesaw State University may be one for the record books, but the knowledge is here to stay. The two-day event saw a host of presentations from social media experts and strategists around the nation. Even if you weren’t fortunate enou…[more]

The Gender Divide: Who Is The Most Social Media Savvy Of Them All?

LinkedIn study says men are more social media savvy than women. What do you think?

Scott Nicholson said it best when he revealed the gender findings on the LinkedIn Blog a few days ago. “Women are more savvy networkers in the ranching industry. Men are more savvy networkers in the cosmetics industry. Wait, what?” Nicholson said. We had the same reaction, so why reword …[more]

Epic Fail? Social Media Disasters And What We Should Learn From Them

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View more presentations from Dave Peck The take home? Be honest and transparent when dealing with your own blunders. Sure, people screw up (I couldn’t tell you how many slips I’ve had running @CSJournalism) but that’s one of the dynamics of the social sphere and life in general. If…[more]

100 ‘Awesome’ Marketing Stats You Shouldn’t Miss


100 Awesome Marketing Stats, Charts and Graphs View more presentations from HubSpot Internet Marketing…[more]