I’m speaking on Blogs 2.0 at Bulldog Reporter’s Advanced PR Technology in Chicago. I spoke at a similar Bulldog Reporter PR briefing in New York City in November 2006 that was, honestly, one of the most substantive and provocative events on social media that I’ve attended. If you can get to either Chicago or Los Angeles I highly recommend this conference.

DATE: Friday March 16, 2007

TIME: This is a one-day event. Blogs 2.0 is the

melcrum.jpgHosting a Melcrum Webinar on corporate blogging and what you need to know now. More info and register.

DATE: Wednesday Jan. 24, 2007

TIME: 2:00 - 3:30 PM Eastern

Melcrum Webinar on Corporate Blogging in a 2.0 World

melcrum.jpgHosting a Melcrum Webinar on corporate blogging and what you need to know now. More info and register.

DATE: Wednesday Jan. 24, 2007

TIME: 2:00 - 3:30 PM Eastern

Melcrum Webinar on Corporate Blogging in a 2.0 World

baltimore_sun1.jpgJohn Lindner and I did tit for tat interviews this week. He interviewed me for his Blography podcast (click here to listen) for The Baltimore Sun. (Will post direct link later.) Then I interviewed him the next day for The Corporate Blogging Show. We had a wide-ranging discussion as we both tried to parse the landscape of citizen journalism and citizen marketing and how it relates to mainstream journalism.

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phil_borremans_debbie_weil.jpgFriend and colleague Philippe Borremans notes that writing a book about corporate blogging "is not an easy task." In fact, he calls it "daunting." He writes:
Debbie also asks the right questions and answers them. She is not a blind believer but knows how to filter the correct information on the topic from her multitude of sources. Of course she also talks from experience.

Her online presence is very strong and her blog is a "have to
phil_borremans_debbie_weil.jpgFriend and colleague Philippe Borremans notes that writing a book about corporate blogging "is not an easy task." In fact, he calls it "daunting." He writes:
Debbie also asks the right questions and answers them. She is not a blind believer but knows how to filter the correct information on the topic from her multitude of sources. Of course she also talks from experience.

Her online presence is very strong and her blog is a "have to read" for people in Marketing and Communications. She doesn't hesitate to cover difficult topics such as the loss of control in online communications, legal pitfalls and questions if all CEOs should blog (of course not)." - Philippe Borremans

Read the whole review here.

One hour Webinar for NACHRI members.

DATE:  Thursday Jan. 25, 2007

TIME: 1:00 - 2:00 PM Eastern

Audience feedback

"Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed and appreciated today's presentation. The information and insight are invaluable. Thanks for arranging such a timely and interesting session."
- Holly H. Waddell, M.B.A., Market Development, Greenville Hospital System

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One hour Webinar for NACHRI members.

DATE:  Thursday Jan. 25, 2007

TIME: 1:00 - 2:00 PM Eastern

Audience feedback

"Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed and appreciated today's presentation. The information and insight are invaluable. Thanks for arranging such a timely and interesting session."
- Holly H. Waddell, M.B.A., Market Development, Greenville Hospital System

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speechwriters_conf_logo.jpgI'm running a post-conference workshop for Ragan's 2007 Annual Speechwriters Conference in Washington DC.

DATE: Friday 9 February 2007

TIME:  1:30 - 5 PM

LOCATION: Renaissance Mayflower Hotel

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speechwriters_conf_logo.jpgI'm running a post-conference workshop for Ragan's 2007 Annual Speechwriters Conference in Washington DC.

DATE: Friday 9 February 2007

TIME:  1:30 - 5 PM

LOCATION: Renaissance Mayflower Hotel

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