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Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation
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Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation

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The opportunities and challenges of engaging your audience through social media, from a cable TV perspective. Co-presented with Phil Wilson (remaincomm.com) at the 2010 North Central Cable Show in Minneapolis, MN.

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  • Pretty and daunting at the same time huh?

    If you had all the time in the world and a team of community managers, you could use all these tools…you could be the most social person on line…but let’s be more realistic and focus on the vital stuff.

    There are myriad ways of participating socially online…from blogging to bookmarking…from text messaging to wikis…but out of respect for the limits of the webinar platform, my ability to be incredibly ADD, and above all, a respect for your valuable time, we’ll limit ourselves to talking about just a few.

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  • Send/Receive: How to Make Telecommunications part of the social conversation

    1. 1. Photos: peasap & BraunImaging on Flickr
    2. 2. Photo: James Cridland on Flickr
    3. 3. Photo: eternaltedium on Flickr Photo: z6p6tist6 on Flickr
    4. 4. Photo: Mykl Roventine
    5. 5. Photo: Brad20 on Flickr
    6. 6. Illustration: Mykl Roventine
    7. 7. Illustration: Mykl Roventine
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    9. 9. Photo: sean dreilinger on Flickr
    10. 10. Photo: xJasonRogersx on Flickr
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