Category: Conferences & Events

Chris Brogan on “Cultivating Visibility”

On Monday, I had the pleasure of hearing from social-media guru, Chris Brogan,¬†at the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) National Conference in Orlando, FL. Speaking to a room full of public relations professionals, Chris talked a lot about creating engaging content which leads to buzz. One piece of¬†important advice he gave was nothing new, […]

Accessibility and engagement at #satechBOS

Last Friday, I attended the Student Affairs Technology Unconference at Boston University, an event bringing together student affairs professionals in higher education to discuss current and future technology trends. Ed Cabellon, the Director of the Campus Center at Bridgewater State University, organized the event and led the ceremonies. Since this was an “unconference,” participants voted […]

Attending #satechBOS

We’re attending the Student Affairs Technology Unconference today at the School of Management, hosted by Ed Cabellon and Dean Kenn Elmore. If you’d like to follow along, check out the Twitter stream on TweetChat. We’ll cover the discussion later in a separate blog post.

Panel Roundup: Evaluating Social Technologies: From Chaos to Strategy

This morning, I attended an event co-hosted by Social Media Club Boston (organized by Todd Van Hoosear) and Social Media Breakfast Boston (organized by Robert Collins) on evaluating social tools. The panel addressed several points to consider (beyond budget) when trying to decide what to do after listening to social channels for mentions of your […]

Live from SXSW Interactive 2011

What does the future of technology, social media and the Web look like? What are the trends and tools we should be mindful of in 2011? How can we separate the helpful from the hype? Most of all, how can we use this information to our benefit here at Boston University? I’ll be covering South […]

Recap: The Science of Blogging, a webinar by Dan Zarrella and HubSpot

Recently, some members of Public Relations sat in on Dan Zarrella’s webinar, “The Science of Blogging.” Lauren Davalla has some key takeaways that she’d like to share with the group. You can view the slides below. The Science of Blogging View more presentations from HubSpot Internet Marketing. Highlights:

TWTRCON SF 10: Key Takeaways

Last Thursday, I had the opportunity to attend TWTRCON SF 2010, much due in part to Anne Weiskopf, Dean Elmore and Kat Cornetta (thank you!) I’d like to share with you some takeaways I gathered from some of the great sessions I attended during the one-day conference. Please feel free to reach out to me […]