So who says events are a thing of the past? With over well 100 people registered for dinner on Friday from ACLU lawyers to everyday folk — marketers are getting geared up for SoCon09. I don’t know the exact count, but day 2 is over 225 participants.
This unconference will span the practical to the theoretical and should provide significant insight into effective social media strategies and tactics. The conference includes local business folk like me, the curious and those who are passionate about social media in the south. For a complete list of the leaders and their bio’s you can get it here. Hopefully the group will look forward to talking about Social Media and B2B and how social media can effect business communities and the impact of social media on social good. Friday night provides for focused discussion tables around multiple topics and Saturday includes a conversation with Chris Carfi.
Registration ends in the like 3 days. So if you are in Atlanta and have an afternoon to spend, come learn best practices and meet others in the community trying to change how they engage their customers and the market.
Many thanks to Sherry and Leonard for getting me involved and keeping the south active in social media.