Yesterday’s live Kind of Digital web chat about overcoming barriers to implementing social media went really well.
You can relive the whole thing
over on the KoD website, or download a rather basic PDF of the transcript.
Our next chat has been scheduled in for Tuesday, August 16th at 11am BST. It’s going to be on the thorny subject of evaluation of digital engagement activity – great!
You can sign up for a reminder
over here – hope you see you there!
We haven’t done a live webchat this month yet, so let’s squeeze one in before August is upon us!
So, at 11am on 26th July, please join me
on the Kind of Digital site for an hour’s live chatter about overcoming barriers to implementing social media type online innovation.
Am sure there’s plenty to keep us occupied on that topic!
If you head over to the
chat page now, you can sign up for an email reminder.
One resource that’s worth scanning before we get together is
Tim Davies‘ great wiki on the barriers to getting going with social media.
Looking forward to chatting next Tuesday! 😉
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You can find all my bookmarks on
Delicious. There is also even more stuff on my shared Google Reader page.
You can also see all the videos I think are worth watching at my
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