Some of the best tweets from the Socially Diverse (#socdiv) hashtag were featured on the PRSA Diversity Today blog and the Hispanic PR blog. Click here to see how people captured thoughts from the session in 140 characters or less.
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I am very excited to announce that I will be bringing the insights, interviews and profiles from Socially Diverse to the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) 2010 International Conference!
Hundreds of Public Relations professionals will be descending on the national’s capital, my current home, for the annual conference. With the theme “Powering PRogress,” the 2010 conference will feature nearly 90 panel discussions and presentations over three days.
I will presenting on Monday October 18th, 2010 from 945am-11am. For conference attendees, the official designation and descriptions are below.
Track 3: Specialization & Practice Areas
Socially Diverse: Engaging with Diverse Communities Online
Embark on a journey through social media — both the blogosphere and social networks. Explore the findings of the presenter’s six-month journey through social media, during which he engaged with active members from several online communities. Gain understanding of how to identify, analyze and engage with active participants of diverse communities and social interactions, and also learn how to create a social media home base from which all online activities can operate. Find out how to create a sustained online presence, and continue to develop relationships. The knowledge and insight gained from this session will prove invaluable as you move through the process of brainstorming, pitching and execution.
I sincerely hope that as you plan your conference itinerary you will consider adding Socially Diverse to your list. If you’re looking for a guide, Amanda Miller Littlejohn has a great group started of presentations to attend.
For those of you who cannot be on ground, be sure to look for updates throughout the conference here and on twitter – hashtag: #socdiv.