Which one works for you?

Below, courtesy of Kami Huyse.

Below, courtesy of Mitch Joel. This one created by the clever Lee Lefever over at Common Craft.

Which one works for you?

Below, courtesy of Kami Huyse.

Below, courtesy of Mitch Joel. This one created by the clever Lee Lefever over at Common Craft.

We're lucky that Josh Hallett, founder of the BlogOrlando unconference, is joining us to emcee BlogPotomac on June 13, 2008. Josh is a new media strategist for Voce Communications. He's Florida-based when he's not traveling and speaking. He's also a hugely talented photographer.

Note: BlogPotomac is selling out. We have limited seating capacity at the historic State Theater (directions) in Fairfax, VA where the unconference is being

We're lucky that Josh Hallett, founder of the BlogOrlando unconference, is joining us to emcee BlogPotomac on June 13, 2008. Josh is a new media strategist for Voce Communications. He's Florida-based when he's not traveling and speaking. He's also a hugely talented photographer.

Note: BlogPotomac is selling out. We have limited seating capacity at the historic State Theater (directions) in Fairfax, VA where the unconference is being held. Fairfax, BTW, is a subway ride away from downtown DC. It's also an easy drive. Register here. Learn more about the all-star lineup of speakers and the agenda.

Josh Hallett Debbie: Josh, you organized the first BlogOrlando in 2006. What happened that turned it from a gathering of friends into a…

Deb_geoff_youtube Geoff Livingston and I decided to interview each other as part of the Q & A series leading up to BlogPotomac, to be held here in Washington DC on June 13, 2008. Our social media marketing unconference is rapidly selling out, BTW, so don’t wait if you want to attend. Register here.

We got a little more serious in our mutual interview than I intended. Namely, I forgot to mention that Geoff is a funny guy. I thought it would be a kick

Got a heads-up from a reporter with the Austin American-Statesman who called to interview me. John Mackey, if you recall, is CEO of Whole Foods. His blog was shut down in July 2007 while his Board of Directors and the SEC investigated his pseudonymous postings to a Yahoo finance message board. 

The SEC recently concluded its probe (no action is to be taken). Mackey started up his blog again today with a post titled: Back to Blogging

Maggie Fox is one of the great speakers we've got lined up for BlogPotomac, the social media marketing unconference which takes place on June 13, 2008 in Falls Church, VA (just outside Washington DC). I caught up with Maggie recently to find out more about her background and what she'll be talking about.

BadgeblogpotomacNote: We are expecting BlogPotomac to sell out. It's just over three weeks away so register now if you're interested in joining

Maggie Fox is one of the great speakers we've got lined up for BlogPotomac, the social media marketing unconference which takes place on June 13, 2008 in Falls Church, VA (just outside Washington DC). I caught up with Maggie recently to find out more about her background and what she'll be talking about.

BadgeblogpotomacNote: We are expecting BlogPotomac to sell out. It's just over three weeks away so register now if you're interested in joining us! In keeping with the unconference format, Maggie and the other speakers will be delivering informal presentations - no PowerPoint - with plenty of time for Q&A with attendees.

Debbie: You describe yourself in your Twitter profile as a "licensed social media professional." What is that?

Tune in free for this teleconference with Michael Port, ("Think Big") author of the best-selling Booked Solid and Beyond Booked Solid. I'm on a panel with Phil Myers, CEO of Pragmatic Marketing, and Dan Roam, author of (the very cool) The Back of the Napkin: Solving problems with pictures.

Click here to download the MP3 recording of this event. 

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Tune in free for this teleconference with Michael Port, ("Think Big") author of the best-selling Booked Solid and Beyond Booked Solid. I'm on a panel with Phil Myers, CEO of Pragmatic Marketing, and Dan Roam, author of (the very cool) The Back of the Napkin: Solving problems with pictures.

Click here to download the MP3 recording of this event. 

michael_port_teleconf_052108.jpg

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