I haven’t done as much as I should to publicize this event, but PLEASE look into attending the 5th Annual New Communications Forum in San Francisco later this month on April 27th – 29th. I’ll be giving a presentation that is based on the one that I gave at Government 2.0 Camp a few weeks back. If that isn’t reason enough for you to attend, how about this – register now and use the discount code “SNCRFRIEND,” and you’ll save $100 off the registration fee and you can participate in the entire three-day conference for just $695.
Over these three days, you’ll hear from social media luminaries from across the country including an opening keynote conversation with Charles Best, founder, DonorsChoose.org, as well as speakers like:
- Chris Brogan
- Geoff Livingston
- Laura Fitton
- Paul Gillin
- Shel Holtz
- Shel Israel
- Alan Kelly
- JD Lasica
- Charlene Li
- Amy Muller
- Jeremiah Owyang
- Joseph Thornley
- And many others…
The full program agenda is available at:
The NewComm Forum is a focused conference specifically designed to teach communications professionals the strategy and tactics to effectively utilize the power of social media and new communications tools and trends. This year’s conference will also be co-located with the Inbound Marketing Summit. For all you Government 2.0 folks reading this, this is a good opportunity to get out of the DC bubble of Government 2.0 and learn from what private industry has been doing for years in this space. Just because they’re not in the public sector doesn’t mean you won’t learn a ton of useful strategies and tactics – spend a day talking with some of the people speaking at NewComm and I guarantee you’re head with be spinning with new ideas!
So, for $695, you get to go to San Francisco, hear from some of the top minds in social media, talk with them too (they’re nice people), have a few (or more) drinks at the View Lounge courtesy of dna13, and perhaps most importantly, network with other people who are interested in social media.
So what are you waiting for? Join me in San Francisco in two weeks – I’d love to meet you while I’m out there!
UPDATE: Presentation is now available via SlideShare.