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This is the chat that was captured on the Ag and Social Media web conference held January 21, 2010.

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    • Most email addresses and chats about technical issues from the conference were removed from this version of the chat.
      Beth Raney, eXtension: (we won't be emailing you, just using it for ''attendance'' purposes :))
      Stan Skrabut, University of Wyoming: skrabut@uwyo.edu and @skrabut and @uwcesedtech
      Todd Beane: @toddbeane also on Twitter
      Stan Skrabut, University of Wyoming: Is there a hashtag for this presentation?
      AppaPhil: http://twitter.com/edyoucation
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: We can use a hashtag. What about #agSMExt
      Stan Skrabut, University of Wyoming: Great!
      Will Gilmer: All the milk and dairy lovers out there say #moo!
      AppaPhil: Eat Mor Chicken
      Sarah H.: Sarah Hubbart, Animal Ag Alliance in VA (shubbart@animalagalliance.org ) and @animalag
      Sarah Jackson Hill: Is it too late to say moo?
      Cathleen C. Williams: greetings from LSU dairy management class
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: never too late to say#moo
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: If you are tweeting use #agSMExt hashtag
      Stan Skrabut, University of Wyoming: Twitter hashtag for presentation is #agSMExt
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Ask questions and comment here
      Carrie Oliver 2: Carrie Oliver carrie@oliverranch.com
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: www.gilmerdairy.com
      alexandra: can you count your hits on blogger so you know how many people are looking at the blog?
      Beth Raney, eXtension: If you haven't already, please type your email address here in the Chat Pod. Any questions can all go here.
      Jacquie: How did you go about getting friends for facebook page?
      Ana Henke: How does content differ between facebook & twitter & blog?
      FarmConnect.net (Mike Murphy): you can use twitter and facebook with shorter content snippets to drive traffic to your blog
      Molly Smith: the words/screen are so small, i can barely see anything...can i make it bigger?
      Floyd Davenport: You can press F11 to make sure you are full screen on your computer
      Amy Burgess: Hi. Will! Congratulations on your recent election as the National Young Farmers and Ranchers chairman! I am sure that you will serve and represent Alabama well!! My question is this- How much time weekly do you think that you spend working in all of your social media outlets?
      Cheryl Stubbendieck: Hi from NEFarmBureau
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Will tweets from www.twitter.com/gilmerdairy
      Ruth Seeley: How many fans do you have on your Facebook page & how long did it take you to get to that number?
      Dena Leibman: How much time per week does all your social media efforts take?
      rick m: where do you find the time to do all of this?
      Esther Mitchell: The audio is low. Is there anyway to turn it up.
      Suzanne Driessen: Will, are you using these tools in combination of promoting your farm and your Extension profession? How do you keep it seperate?
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Will is not employeed by Extension
      Kathy Koza: so do you think incentives, such as contests are primary to increasing your visitor count /fans?
      Samantha Rich: Are y'all recording this presentation and if so, will you share the link/presentation?
      Presenter Audio: Yes it is being recorded
      walt whitmer: can we also get a copy of the ppts?
      alexandra: can we get a copy of those 6 points!
      Ana Henke: can't see slide
      Samantha Rich: will you share the recording/slides?
      Marissa, UGA: would you mind going back one slide for a moment?
      AppaPhil: ..it's all good here!
      Debbie Roos: Debbie Roos - debbie.roos@chathamnc.org - had to leave presentation and come back in and now I can see slides
      Linda Wiles: Do you have demographics for each type of social media?
      Dennis Kahl: what will be the location for the archived webinar?
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Arlan tweets from www.twitter.com/arlanff101
      Linda Wiles: Do you have demographics for each type of social media?
      Dennis Kahl: what will be the location for the archived webinar?
      Beth Raney, eXtension: The Recording will be linked on http://about.extension.org/wiki/Recordings_of_eXtension_Professional_Development_Sessions#Special_Events.21
      Debbie Roos: how do you evaluate the results of these social media tools? specific examples
      Anita Stuever: will slides be available for us to download later?
      Floyd Davenport: The recording will be available at http://connect.extension.iastate.edu/p81832386/ after the sesson has ended.
      Floyd Davenport: The recording includes audio and slides
      Elizabeth Gregory North, Texas: Would Arlan be willing to share his slides as a pdf or ppt?
      Debbie Roos: interested to hear how he evaluates impacts besides looking at numbers of followers, hits, etc.
      Marissa, UGA: the person you mentioned you got the social media strategies from- what was her name?
      Samantha Rich 2: you can google social media demographics and/or facebook demographics - there are a variety of resources out there that provide an overview and some good statistics
      Rick Koelsch: I find twitter frustrating because of the character limits. Statements made with no evidence - often inaccurate. Comments?
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Marissa, Michelle Payn-Knoper
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: How much time do you spend each day tweeting?
      RLD: Marissa Michele Payn Knoper www.twitter.com/mpayknoper
      Travis: Have you been able to translate social media efforts into cold hard cash?
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: Rick - being able to link to a larger body of work like a blog with a bit.ly link
      Beth 2: Rick, you can always like back to you Web sites and news articles to support your point.
      Marissa, UGA: ty so much!
      RLD: Sorry www.twitter.com/mpaynknoper
      Climate Times: like anything anywhere
      Karen Russ, Clemson HGIC: Verification = good links
      Peg Boyles UNH Extension: Rick: Think of Twitter as a great tool for improving your writing.
      Debbie Roos: I use Twitter to interest people in a topic, then send them to my website for additional details
      Marie Flanagan: I tweet more when I travel! Airports are great for tweeting.
      Tracey Sullivan: I prefer twitter market updates as opposed to any other source
      Ana Henke: How do you deal with span followers on twitter?
      alexandra: www.twitter.com/farmsafevt
      Samantha Rich 2: what was the program he just mentioned? tweet what? thanks
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: Do you tweet exclusive of your twitter account (linking it to a blog, facebook, etc) Do you post to a blog & it links to your twitter account?
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: TWEETDECK
      Samantha Rich 2: thanks
      RLD: Tweetdeck it is a 3rd party Twitter aggregator
      Ruth Seeley: Leaving the chat now, but love this initiative - great webinar - thrilled to meet tech-savvy agriculturalists. Erm, farmers. :)
      Elizabeth Wallis 2: it combines on one screen everyone that you're following
      Dan Toland: http://www.tweetdeck.com
      Cheryl Stubbendieck: tweekdeck -- lets you group ppl you're following into columns
      Tracey Sullivan: www.twitter.com/aggal77 I'm brand new at Twitter (~2weeks)
      Sarah H.: Do you use any online tools to track your effectiveness on Twitter- i.e. tweetstats, etc?
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: I thought my screen was moving!
      Climate Times: Beef Geek :-)
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: Sarah, I like tweetstats.
      Cheryl Stubbendieck: Rich Koelsch -- need to link to your proofs!
      Susan Crowell: Bit.ly, which shortens long Web address, lets you track clicks-thru and where (nation) it is; also TweetReach lets you track ''reach''
      AppaPhil: ..all of sudden I am hungry and thirsty
      Sarah H.: Cool- I like those tools, too!
      David: A service called Bit.ly (www.bit.ly ) allows you to track who retweets or views the articles you link to from your Twitter account.
      Dan Toland: Ditto on Susan Crowell's suggestions. Good tools.
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: Susan H, excellent description
      David: Yeah, what Susan Crowell just said.
      Debbie Roos: will all of these great tips in the chat also be preserved after the session? I haven't had time to read them all yet!
      Glenn Babcock: Carrie has about the best Background I have ever seen for a Beef loving consumer. Glenn
      Beth Raney, eXtension: Debbie, I'm trying to capture them, but the chat pod only holds a small number, then they disappear.
      Glenn Babcock: Background for her Twitter accounts. Sorry
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Carrie tweets http://twitter.com/carrieoliver
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: and http://twitter.com/meatcamp
      Cheryl Stubbendieck: NEFarmBureau on twitter = Cheryl Stubbendieck = cheryls@nefb.org
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: http://twitter.com/naturalart
      Sonja Jo Serna-NMSU: Right-click or CTRL click (MAC) and select all... then paste chat to doc.
      Ana Henke: yes
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: http://discoverbeef.blogspot.com/ is Carrie's blog
      Sarah H.: Love Ohio's SM guide. I often share it, too!
      Marissa, UGA: How do we access the Ohio guide?
      janna howley: http://ofbf.org/media-and-publications/social-media/
      Brad: How could I get a copy of Ohio Farm Bureau's social media guide? Is it on their website?
      alexandra: me too!
      janna howley: it's the url I just posted
      Marissa, UGA: TY so much! :)
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: http://ofbf.org/media-and-publications/social-media/ is ohio farm bureau
      Dena Leibman: Do you have a dedicated staff member whose sole job is to maintain the social media aspect of the site?
      Hans: Is their new site content management system (CMS) based?
      Jeff Reisdorfer: What twitter client do you use so multiple people are tweeting through one account?
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: http://twitter.com/d_toland Dan's twitter acct. Also OhioFarmBureau
      jp: great points Dan! it needs to be an integrated approcah, not just a channel-by-channel deal
      Marissa, UGA: ubertwitter is great for blackberry :) and tweetdeck for desktops
      Todd Beane: could we get a copy of the hub and spoke model slide? Good stuff.
      Travis: seesmic is another good client
      @chrismore: ''go where the party is at'' - totally agree
      Jeff Reisdorfer: @Marissa Agreed. But there are other clients which allow for sorting/assigning tweets to people in the office and then push out to the single source account
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: http://ofbf.org/media-and-publications/social-media/ is ohio farm bureau
      Dena Leibman: Do you have a dedicated staff member whose sole job is to maintain the social media aspect of the site?
      jp: Ann -- any chance we could get a list of twitter users from this call created on your page? Would love the resource!
      Judith A. Conway: is this being recorded and will you share site
      Anita Stuever: Does a business even eed a web site any longer? Should we do it all from a Facebook page?
      Floyd Davenport: This is being recorded and will be posted.
      Hans: Great question Anita
      Dena Leibman: Can you comment on the rate of farmer adoption?
      rick m: any way to go back to the slide with the stats on facebook/twitter use?
      Marissa, UGA: I would say yes to maintain ownership of content - there is lots of controversy about FB and content ownership
      Debbie Roos: I would also love to get a list of Twitter sites from participants
      Marissa, UGA: but FB is a great tool to drive traffic
      Jeanne Gleason 2: l
      Jeff Reisdorfer: @Anita I would never drop a website completely. At some point, Facebook will be replaced by something else (a la MySpace). It's always good to have a ''home base''
      Kelly Jackson 2: Where do you get the icons
      Beth Raney, eXtension: Everyone should add their Twitter info to their profile in https://people.extension.org
      Jeanne Gleason 2: please listthat url?
      Jeff Reisdorfer: If anyone is looking for social media icons, visit IconsPedia.com (for non-commercial use only)
      Jeff Reisdorfer: they are free, btw
      Stan Skrabut, University of Wyoming: Backchannel at #agSMExt
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Some info on farmers use of mobile devices and Internet http://agrimarketing.com/show_story.php?id=56229
      Samantha Rich: you can also google image and copy/paste/link
      UF-MREC: You can setup a wordpress blog, to post to a twitter account which can post to and fb account automatically
      Jeff Reisdorfer: @UF-MREC Wordpress is great. Have you tried http://Posterous.com ? It's great. If people can send email, they can blog (and use social media)
      Sarah H.: Mashable.com has tons of great lists of social media tools to increase productivity
      David: I had a Twitter ''aha moment'' today. Saw someone post a link to this conference after it had started. Quickly came here, saw it was worthwhile, notified a few other people at work, and now we're all here.
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Some great ideas are being shared in chat...Thanks so much everyone
      Jeff Reisdorfer: btw, follow us at http://Twitter.com/ExtensionRME
      Jeanne Gleason 2: I think Dan mentioned he has a pag with their guidelines for using social media? Right? if so could you post that?
      @chrismore: http://twitter.com/broganmedia is good - Chris Brogan has a lot of good info - don't follow his main twitter unless you want 100 tweet replies a day from him.
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Ohio Farm Bureau guide is here
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: http://ofbf.org/media-and-publications/social-media/
      Travis: I'm an idiot web guy- Issue 2?
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Jerry Thomas, could you define Issue 2
      Kathy Koza: Travis: we need to use TweetReach! tried it on a twwet I posted last night and provides amazing results.
      Elizabeth Wallis: Issue 2 was a ballot measure
      Jerry Thomas, Ohio State: ssue 2 was an ohio ballot issue to create a commission focusing on livestock and animal welfare. it passed last november
      Travis: thanks!
      Marissa, UGA: but issue two can be anything- twitter offers a real time connection on any issue as it is happening :) hashtags help folks search for topics in twitter and get involved
      Dena Leibman: http://twitter.com/dleibman
      Susan Crowell: http://bit.ly/56GfBG (link is to our newspaper's coverage of Issue 2, if anyone wants to learn more) @farmanddairy (Farm and Dairy, Salem, Ohio
      Jerry Thomas, Ohio State: we could have used a hashtag to collect all the tweets from this presentation.....
      Max Spiegel: http://twitter.com/MaxSpiegel
      Jeff Reisdorfer: #agSMExt
      Marissa, UGA: yep we have one :)
      Kathy Koza: but hastags have to be consistent
      Erin Harwood - WSU Ext: Is hashtag a Twitter program?
      Jerry Thomas, Ohio State: cool - thx
      Jamie Seger 2: Erin - just a search tool
      Kathy Koza: no # before the word/idea ou want people to find
      Jeff Reisdorfer: Is this webinar being recorded for use later?
      janna howley: http://twitter.com/pgagmarketing
      Ria-HGIC: http://twitter.com/UMDHGIC
      Susan Crowell: hashtag is great way to follow specific topic/search. I'm following this on Tweetchat
      @chrismore: A #hashtag is a method for joining any tweet together with a common topic. example: #pennstate #ag #green
      Floyd Davenport: This webinar is being recorded and the link will be shared.
      RLD: Archive of the tweets related to webinar is at http://twapperkeeper.com/agSMExt/
      Ria-HGIC: http://twitter.com/GROWEAT
      Susan Crowell: Archive of the #agSMExt tweets http://bit.ly/8hVvuM
      Jeff Reisdorfer: Have to jump out. http://twitter.com/ExtensionRME and on http://Facebook.com/ExtensionRME
      Jerry Thomas, Ohio State: http://twitter.com/thomas69osu
      Peg Boyles UNH Extension: You rock, Dan! Thanks!
      Dan Toland: Thanks! :)
      Jeff Reisdorfer: Dan, what's your twitter url?
      Jennifer 2: Thanks Dan! Great info!
      Brad: Great job!
      Abby Lillpop: Thank you for that presentation. That was very helpful and informative.
      Elizabeth Gregory North, Texas: Thanks, Dan! Great presentation, great guidance for those of us who do this for our organizations!
      Dan Toland: http://twitter.com/OhioFarmBureau
      David: Wonderful presentation, Dan. Good tips, and I loved the description of FB as ''social media with training wheels.''
      Sharon Katz: Very helpful - thanks, Dan.
      Dan Toland: http://www.twitter.com/d_toland
      Dan Toland: http://www.twitter.com/OurOhio
      Jerry Thomas, Ohio State: Thanks Dan!
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Twitter chat is a chat on Twitter usually at a specific time and where specific questions are asked
      Dan Toland: Thanks for suggesting this, Jerry!
      Evrim 2: we are working with organic farmers here at Iowa. our concern is their level of technology usage. Some of them just prefer using email, because they are comfortable with that. how do you make them use twitter, facebook or other forms of social media?
      Jesse Johnson: follow South Dakota Corn www.twitter.com/sdcorn
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: My Twitter is account is www.twitter.com/aafromaa
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Chris Raines, Penn St, http://twitter.com/iTweetmeat
      Leslie Sivadge 2: We hosted a social media/pr seminar for producers and invited spouses and key influences, vets, nutritionists, etc. and it really helped to have those influencers present - took away some of the producers' reluctance
      Donna Coffin - UMaine 2: We can click on the web address and go there.
      Dan Toland: @Jeanne Gleason 2: We don't have a page of guidelines for social media. Hopefully the slide toward the end of the presentation helped.
      Jennifer: Dan, are u able to speak for the OFB when you tweet, etc or do you have to run all your stuff through your supervisors before u post?
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: : Yes Twitter is FUN
      Dan Toland: @PegBoyles @Jennifer2 @ElizabethGregoryNorth @David @Sharon Thanks for the comments
      Elizabeth Gregory North, Texas: Carrie, thanks for the great example of related but custom posts for each social media outlet--and for integrating them together.
      Marissa, UGA: wow this is such excellent information! :)
      FarmConnect.net (Mike Murphy): Is #meatcamp tonight?
      Dan Toland: Jennifer: Most of what I post is straight from me. At first we played it more safe and only tweeted links to our content. But Twitter is so much more than that. It's conversations, suggestions, info... If something is questionable, I'll run it up the flagpole first.
      jp: a great way to work with email users is to do e-news letters or something -- and putting your twitter address in your signature helps people who don't do twitter get a glance at it
      Marissa, UGA: how do you promote meatcamp?
      Rick Koelsch: On Ag Chat I often feel like I am in a small room with 30 people talking at once. Suggestions on good Twitter conversations
      Jennifer: Dan, thanks. Sounds like you have lot of freedom with this.
      Guest: How do you deal with clientele in mostly rural areas that might not have the best access to technology?
      guest 2: #meatcamp rocks!
      Andy Kleinschmidt: http://twitter.com/agchat
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Andy tweets http://twitter.com/akleinschmidt
      Anne Adrian-Auburn University-ACES: Andy's blog http://agvanwert.wordpress.com/
      Jacki - Penn State: ha It depends on if you are the computer/technology tech :)
      Elizabeth Gregory North, Texas: Great point, Andy! It's about the community, not the technology.
      Marissa, UGA: YES! :)
      Marie Flanagan: Agreed about the smart phone!
      jp: i have skyped Andy while he was in the field!
      Will Gilmer: My smartphone gets a workout on the dairy farm
      Marissa, UGA: mmhmm smartphones have made a huge difference in our mobile social media abilities
      jp: Will's videos are smartphone made!
      Ty: Is there a functional and free word type app for blackberry
      Jerry Thomas, Ohio State: ha - I too have skyped w/ andy via his mobile
      jp: Andy's blog rocks! He pulls it across platforms! FB, Twitter, etc!
      Andy Kleinschmidt: http://twitter.com/akleinschmidt
      Dennis: Thank you to everyone who contributed. This was great
      Dan Toland: @Jennifer: social media is Wild West. Can only be what we make it. Time to experiment is now.
      Robert Armstrong: thanks all, great presentations
      jp: Andy... you may want to touch on how some of this touches in the field -- how you do weed identificcation on the go!
      University of Nebraska CIT: Thanks for the great presentations!
      Sonja Jo Serna-NMSU: @Ty: http://na.blackberry.com/eng/services/devices/
      Ed Thralls: Thanks for stimulating the ''gray matter''
      janna howley: Thank you! This was so helpful.
      Jennifer 2: Dan, I agree. I think I could start out like you did playing it safe and then building from there.
      Wendy: Great meeting, Thanks to all.
      Ty: Thnx!
      Ana Henke: Thank you for all the great information!
      Dan Toland: Great job all our presenters!
      Betsy Newman: Excellent webinar! Thanks to all for sharing your stories and strategies.
      AppaPhil: Great webinar and conversations today. Thanks and KUDOS to all!
      Will Gilmer: will@gilmerdairyfarm.com
      Jacki - Penn State: kudos to all of you
      Karen Jeannette: Thanks, Anne!
      Jacki - Penn State: great job
      Elaine Edwards: Thanks everyone. Great information.
      University of Nebraska CIT: Follow IANR News Service at UNL http://twitter.com/IANRNewsService
      Marissa, UGA: wow this was excellent info! ty so much for putting this together! Ditto the KUDOS!
      Lucy Bradley, NC: Thank you! Lots very useful information!
      Donna Coffin - UMaine: How many twitters to folks usually follow? 5 - 10 - 30 ?
      Dan Toland: dtoland@ofbf.org
      jp: thebenoitian@gmail.com
      Ann LaVigna - MD: great stuff!
      Peg Boyles UNH Extension: Incredibly lively and exciting. Thanks, folks.
      Andy Kleinschmidt: Thanks! Unfortunately I have to check out.
      Wendy Marcks: Here's to a brave new world in Extension!
      Sue Miller - NMSU 2: Great webconference
      Kyleen Burgess (NC State): i follow 200 on Twitter
      Graham County Extension: Thank you. Fantastic presentations
      Elizabeth Gregory North, Texas: Great webinar! Thanks a million to everyone!
      Elwyn: Great job! Keep up the good work.
      Debbie Roos: I LOVED this and hope we can do it again! Thanks to everyone.
      Karen Jeannette: Thanks to the presenters...great info and perspectives!
      Georgene: thanks this was great! Tomorrow is a Social Media POlicy webinar by UF Law School 3-5pm
      walt whtimer: Thanks all. This was great
      FarmConnect.net (Mike Murphy): search engines love wordpress blogs due to tags example of quicly published blog for outreach: http://minnesotaporkfarmer.farmconnect.net/
      Marissa, UGA: wow this is such excellent information! :)
      FarmConnect.net (Mike Murphy): Is #meatcamp tonight?
      Dan Toland: Jennifer: Most of what I post is straight from me. At first we played it more safe and only tweeted links to our content. But Twitter is so much more than that. It's conversations, suggestions, info... If something is questionable, I'll run it up the flagpole first.
      jp: a great way to work with email users is to do e-news letters or something -- and putting your twitter address in your signature helps people who don't do twitter get a glance at it
      Marissa, UGA: how do you promote meatcamp?
      Jennifer: Dan, thanks. Sounds like you have lot of freedom with this.
      Guest: How do you deal with clientele in mostly rural areas that might not have the best access to technology?
      guest 2: #meatcamp rocks!
      Jacki - Penn State: ha It depends on if you are the computer/technology tech :)
      Elizabeth Gregory North, Texas: Great point, Andy! It's about the community, not the technology.
      Marissa, UGA: YES! :)
      Marie Flanagan: Agreed about the smart phone!
      jp: i have skyped Andy while he was in the field!
      Will Gilmer: My smartphone gets a workout on the dairy farm
      Marissa, UGA: mmhmm smartphones have made a huge difference in our mobile social media abilities
      jp: Will's videos are smartphone made!
      Ty: Is there a functional and free word type app for blackberry
      Jerry Thomas, Ohio State: ha - I too have skyped w/ andy via his mobile
      jp: Andy... you may want to touch on how some of this touches in the field -- how you do weed identificcation on the go!
      Will Gilmer: will@gilmerdairyfarm.com
      Dan Toland: dtoland@ofbf.org
      Sue Colucci: Thank you all! Great job and very useful.
      Lorraine 2: www.twitter.com/Nutrition_gov
      Stan Skrabut, University of Wyoming: don't forget to capture the backchannel at #agSMExt
      jonell hinsey(tsu): thanks everyone
      Elizabeth Wells: Where is the social media policy session being done?
      Judith A. Conway: appreciate presenters. will be anxious to receive site for taped version
      Tonya B: www.g2goutside.wordpress.com
      Georgene: see 4-H youth profession development on Facebook for more information on Social Media Webinar Policy
      Debbie Roos: http://twitter.com/GrowSmallFarms
      Rick Koelsch: Thank you presenters and organizers. Very valuable discussion
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: http://twitter.com/naturalart
      jp: I'm not in extension but we sure know a bunch of you guys!
      Lynne Phillips, Natural Art Garden Center: Great discussion
      Jesse Johnson: South Dakota Corn: www.twitter.com/sdcorn
      walt whtimer: will slides be available seperately?
      Lala Kumar 2: Thanksto everyone
      Elizabeth Wallis 2: Georgene, do you have a link please?
      Will Gilmer: Thanks for the opportunity to share...I hope you all have a ''dairy'' good day!
      Anne D Edwards: twitter @soundharvest
      guest 2: Great webinar! As a small meat processor and a farmer I would love to see more Kentucky interation on twitter! Join me please!! http://twitter.com/KyFarmersMatter
      Mary Ann: www.twitter.com/lsuagcenter
      Will Gilmer: I didn't have slides, but I'll happily share my farm's website which links to all of our Soc. Media pages: http://www.gilmerdairyfarm.com
      RLD: As a reminder tweets with the #agsmext hashtag are archived at http://twapperkeeper.com/agSMExt
      Anne D Edwards: Thank you
      Marissa, UGA: TY! :)
      Donna Coffin - UMaine: thanks
      Georgene: The event will also be Webcast live via a link on the UF Law home page (www.law.ufl.edu ), and an archived version will be available later along with comprehensive information on social media on the Seminar Series section of the UF Strategic Communications Web site (http://strategiccommunications.law.ufl.edu/ ). No registration needed.
      Sue Miller - NMSU 2: thank you
      Beth Raney, eXtension: http://about.extension.org/wiki/Recordings_of_eXtension_Professional_Development_Sessions
      Jill Heemstar: http://twitter.com/LpelcGeorgene : thanks this was great! Tomorrow is a Social Media POlicy webinar by UF Law School 3-5pm
      walt whtimer: Thanks all. This was great
      FarmConnect.net (Mike Murphy): search engines love wordpress blogs due to tags example of quicly published blog for outreach: http://minnesotaporkfarmer.farmconnect.net/
      Stan Skrabut, University of Wyoming: don't forget to capture the backchannel at #agSMExt