Archive for July, 2009

Twitter and its use in the Corporate Environment

Yesterday morning I took part in a webcast with Albert Maruggi, social media expert and president of Provident Partners, on Twitter and its use in the corporate environment.

Here are some highlights:

• Discover how Twitter can be used in the corporate environment, focusing
on the three areas of public relations, customer service and marketing.

• Learn about the new tools that are used to monitor multiple profiles
by corporations and brand awareness.

• Find out the many different uses of Twitter from the 100% advertising
opt-in network to relationship building.

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Video-enabling an Online Conference

Please listen to the archived webcast: “The Amazing Technicolor Symposium: Video-enabling an Online Conference.” It was presented by Stacy Austin-Li, analyst and China consultant for Wainhouse Research, and Dr. Rebecca Clothey, assistant professor of education and director of the higher education program at Drexel University.

At the same time as travel budgets are tightening and discretionary spending is being cut, the imperative for educators and academics to collaborate and connect with peers across the country and across the world is growing. This has given rise to a new brand of academic conference that happens completely or mainly online… a virtual symposium. This presentation examines the possibilities for using video to help establish a sense of community including: user generated video, on-demand video presentations, real-time video conferencing, and live streaming video based on the presenters' experience co-hosting such an event in November of 2008.

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