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    Online Communities: Private, Public or Both Online Communities: Private, Public or Both Presentation Transcript

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    • Social Media Today ’ s Best Thinker ’ s Series presents: Online Communities: Private, Public or Both? Brought to you by
    • How to Participate
      • Submit your questions in the GotoWebinar presentation window
      • Follow along and share your thoughts on Twitter at #SMTlive
    • About the Moderator #SMTlive Robin Carey is the co-founder and CEO of Social Media Today, LLC, a blogging network that assembles the world’s best thinkers on business and public policy. Carey launched Social Media Today in 2007 with the goal of connecting leading experts across a variety of business conversations. In 2011, these communities have attracted over 100,000 registered members and over half a million monthly visits. Social Media Today’s advertising roster includes Fortune 500 companies like DuPont, Siemens and Microsoft. Ms. Carey graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia, where she was an Echols Scholar. Find her on twitter @robincarey
    • About the Panel #SMTlive Rachel Happe (@rhappe) is a Co-Founder and Principal at The Community Roundtable, a company dedicated to advancing the business of community. The Community Roundtable provides education, training, and advisory services to community and social business leaders. Rachel has over fifteen years of experience working with emerging technologies including enterprise social networking, eCommerce, and enterprise software applications. Joe Cothrel serves as Lithium's Chief Community Officer. In this role, Joe is responsible for thought leadership, research, and innovations that will drive the next generation of successful enterprise customer communities. Since joining Lithium in 2006, Joe has helped guide some of the world’s most successful enterprise social efforts, including those at Best Buy, BT, Comcast, PayPal, Symantec, and many others. Vanessa DiMauro is the CEO of Leader Networks. A pioneer in business-to-business community building, Vanessa has been creating successful social strategies for more than fifteen years. Vanessa is a popular speaker, researcher and consultant on online communities and organizational social strategy and operations best practices. She has founded and run award-winning online professional communities such as Cambridge Information Network (CIN) for Cambridge Technology Partners, and more.
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    • Thanks for Joining Us
      • This webinar will be available on-demand at www.SocialMediaToday.com . Stop by to learn more and share your comments.
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