Have you done it yet? If no, why not? It’s fast and easy and could win you a free book – a different book every couple of weeks at that.
It’s Simple. Ask a question about some aspect of social media – past, present, or future – from your Twitter account using the #askSoCon11 hashtag. You’ll automatically be entered into the drawing for a social media-related book.
Is it a little ironic we’re giving away dead-tree publications for a social media conference? Maybe, but if it bothers you that much you can ask a sarcastic question about it.
The master-mind behind Pepsi Co.’s Refresh campaign, Singh was the keynote speaker as our Social Media Integration Conference in October.
Are you tired of every paragraph starting with a question? Sorry, we’re just trying to get you in the habit of thinking Q & A. Every question, regardless of whether you win the book or not, has a chance to get asked to our expert panel at SoCon11 in February.
On the panel:
- Lee Rainie – Director of Pew Internet & American Life Project
- Victor Hernandez – Director of Domestic News Gathering at CNN/U.S.
- Craig Kronenberger – Managing Editor of Southeast Digital for Edelman
- Phil Bienert – Vice President at ATT.com
Don’t have a Twitter account? You can ask a question on Facebook by either posting it to the Center for Sustainable Journalism fan page or on the SoCon11 event page. Be sure to RSVP for SoCon on the event page while you’re at it.
See you in February!