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Webcast Video and Slides: Social Media for Publishers

Below you’ll find the full recording from the recent TOC Webcast, “Social Media for Publishers” with Chris Brogan.

Chris has also made his presentation slides available:

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About this Webcast:

So much of what we hear about blogging, podcasting, social networks, and the rest of the social media toolkit seems to be arbitrary, overly time-consuming, pie-in-the-sky. We might hear the occasional good strategy, but rarely do we understand how to put it into action. And how much will any of this cost you in resources and money? In this webcast, Chris Brogan offers a not-too-techy and not-too-light dive into the world of social media from the mindset of a publisher.

Running time: 1:29

About Chris Brogan:

Chris Brogan is President of New Marketing Labs, a new media marketing agency, as well as the home of the New Marketing Summit conferences and New Marketing Bootcamp educational events. He helps large and mid-sized businesses understand how to use social media tools like blogging, social networks, community platforms, and more to build business value for marketers, sales organizations, and internal collaboration in general.

Chris will be leading the “Blogging and Social Media” tutorial at the third annual Tools of Change for Publishing Conference (Feb. 9-11). Full details are available here.

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  • http://www.donaldlafferty.com/blog/about Don Lafferty

    Brogan’s personable nature meshes perfectly with his feel for the social media landscape and it’s evolving applications in publishing.

  • bowerbird

    don said:
    > Brogan’s personable nature

    i presume that’s code for “tres charismatic”,
    because the slide-show is farce comedy –
    ironic minimalism at its worst best: twitter…
    social networking… twitter… facebook…
    friendfeed… myspace… did i mention twitter?
    and it goes on for one hour and twenty nine?

    > it’s evolving applications in publishing.

    it is? ;+)

    -bowerbird