Saturday, August 29, 2009
SXSW 2010 Interactive Panel Proposal Update and Some Of My Favorites
First, I want to provide an update on our SXSW panel submission: Building A Team That Embraces Social Technologies. We have a fantastic lineup of panelists:
Kami Huyse - a 15-year veteran of public relations with an emphasis in social media. She has a thriving practice with primarily corporate clients. She is the principal of My PR Pro. Her blog is Communications Overtones. She is also someone I always enjoy talking to about social media and interactive marketing.
Paull Young - is a 15-year Dell veteran and chief blogger at Direct2Dell, Dell’s main corporate blog. Since launching the blog in July 2006, Lionel helped expand it into Chinese, Spanish, Norwegian and Japanese and continues to work to further extend Dell’s global presence. Before launching Dell’s blog, Lionel was one of the main architects behind Dell’s blog monitoring process begun in April 2006.
Building A Team That Embraces Social Technologies.
Now, as promised, here are some more exceptional panels to review (in no particular order), consider and vote for:
Inherent Dangers of Real-Time Social Networking by Jennifer Leggio
Finding a Social Media "Expert" Who is Really an Expert by Kami Huyse
Lifestreaming: Its Impact on Blogs, Brands and Beyond by Lionel Menchaca
Open Leadership: The Upside of Giving Up Control by Charlene Li
Unleashing Employees Through Social Media by Lionel Menchaca (Note: I am also a panelist)
Social Media ROI: Results That Measure Up by Kami Huyse
Anatomy of a TEDTalk by Jason Wishnow
Taking Corporate Out Of The Corporate Blog by Chelsea Marti
Results Only Work Environment (ROWE): Why it Works by Nikki Haffey
There are 2265 SXSW panel proposals to consider this year. The energy invested in these proposals is amazing and fantastic. This shows the vibrant nature of interactive and social media marketers and that we are a high octane crowd.
Please do take the time to consider the panel proposals above and the many others I have not mentioned.
Hope to have the opportunity to see you at SXSW 2010 Interactive.