Fall might as well be here, despite that it doesn’t officially start for another 26 days. If you have been putting off getting ready for the increase in business that usually takes place at the end of the summer for most businesses, you still have some time to start.
I had a fantastic time with the wonderful folks at the Content Creation and Optimization workshop this morning. Below, I’ve embedded my presentation from the workshop, a PDF version with notes, and the first exercise we did in the workshop.
I just finished reading an article called Why #hashtags Belong on TV.
Finally met Debbie Weil (@debbieweil, right) in Person.
Yesterday, I had the honor and the pleasure of being a floating expert at What’s Next DC. I was invited by Vanessa French at Jill Foster‘s suggestion. Basically that meant I got to help people start implementing solutions and ideas during the conference – and not have to pitch anyone.
(In the proper environment, I will do a pitch and have an elevator version, but I’ve never thought conferences were the right venue.)
This is the first year of this conference, but after reading the site (and a few posts that had me under the mistaken belief that there’d been one before!), I thought I knew what to expect.
It wasn’t quite what I expected, but still much better than I had hopted.
On all fronts, What’s Next DC was an overall win with minor mini-fails that I’ll write about later on in the week. Overall though, especially for a first conference, The Green Buzz Agency did a fantastic job.
If you missed it, or are looking for key resources, I put together a Storify embed that I’ll be updating over time to help you find things. Should you want to add things, just @ me with the link on Twitter (@Tinu), and I’ll take a look.
The What’s Next DC Website
Rand Fishkin‘s presentation on Slideshare. (Just adore him and SEOMoz. Great search tools, smart jargon-light man.)
@Captico‘s What’s Next DC Twitter List
The “Social Media: Changing Business” slide from @Shonali‘s fantastic presentation.