Marketers are always on the lookout for new tools and strategies to improve their campaigns, especially when it comes to the ever changeable world of social media. Many are attending Social Shake Up 15 (9-10 June in Atlanta, Georgia) to find inspiration in the variety of workshops and lectures on social media presented by some of the most accomplished experts in the industry.
The Social Shake-Up 2014 is going to be a blockbuster sequel to our conference last year. For those of you who are considering attending, now is the time to decide. Our very, very low Early-Bird rate of $743 for two jam-packed days (45% off the open rate) will expire this Friday, May 16.
Did you miss out on all the Social Shake-Up fun in Atlanta this year? Fear not: our excellent photographers captured the panels, keynotes, networking, fantastic attendees and brilliant speakers for your perusal. Be sure to join us in 2014 for your chance to be snapped for posterity next time!
Many thanks to all of you who joined us last month for the first ever Social Shake-Up event sponsored by Social Media Today. Over the course of two and a half days we heard from 136 speakers spanning 38 panels in addition to 3 workshops and 4 keynotes. Enjoy this compilation of highlights.
I was privileged to be a panelist on a session titled “Can you build a better advocate through social media?”, with Anneke Seley, Emily Yellin, and Natascha Thomson, moderated by Kai Petzelt, and creatively crowdsourced by SAP. The session title introduces an important question: “Can you build a better advocate through social media?”
This is a tweet summary of the #SSUAdvocate panel at the Social Shake Up 2013. The most tweeted sentence came from Emily Yellin: "An advocate is somebody who tells the truth about your product." See what other panelists had to say on what an advocate is.
Last week, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Greg Shove, Founder and CEO of SocialChorus, to discuss social advocacy. However, the conversation took an interesting turn when I asked him to dive deeper into the subject of professional relevancy.
At the Social Shake-Up Conference I had a chance to sit down with Gregory Shove, Founder and CEO of SocialChorus, to discuss his panel called Throwing Open the Floodgates: Empowering Employees, Your Most Passionate Ambassadors. The following is a transcript of our conversation.
The evolution of marketing is constant and rapid in the modern business world, but the long-term outlook for the industry also changes at this accelerated pace. Given this constant evolution, a panel at the Social Shake-Up conference in Atlanta sought to explore whether or not a "Frankenmarketer" would ever be created.