Very Busy Fall

Summer is over, school has started and everyone is back to work. So grab your calendar and circle some dates.

Summer is over, school has started and everyone is back to work. So grab your calendar and circle some dates.

First up is PodCamp Philly on October 2/3 at Temple University, an “UNconference” designed for people that just want to learn about blogging, podcasting, social media, WordPress, all of that jazz. Two days packed full of information. Sandy Spadaro and I will be teaching how we create our podcast, 10 Minutes at Exit 4, and recording a live episode. Our session is sometime on Sunday Oct. 3rd, not sure of the exact time yet.

I will be doing TWO seminars on the same day, a morning and a lunch, on Wednesday, October 13th. The morning session is “Internet Marketing 101,” a great all-encompassing workshop for marketing directors and sales people to learn about some of my secret sauce. The lunch workshop is “Facebook Publicity and Privacy,” designed for those business professionals that want use Facebook to promote their business, but need to keep their business and personal lives separate. (Come to both, you will love it.)

On October 21, 2010, the Burlington County Chamber of Commerce is presenting its inaugural business leaders conference at the Enterprise Center at BCC. This event features Jim Rudolf, chairman and CEO of Rita’s (water ice), as the lunch keynote, as well as Todd Allen from Wegman’s, Lyn Kremer of the Philadelphia Business Journal, Evan Marcus (The Wisdom of We), Joseph Rosales (Customer Service is a Contact Sportâ„¢), Paul & Stephanie Szklarski (Having Professional Advantage in Sales and Business Development), Pam Boyd & me (Amplify Your Voice). Please see the chamber website for complete information.

On October 29th, I will be presenting a “reloaded” version of the “What in the Heck is Twitter?” workshop, swimming into the deep end of the pool and including content for the new things that Twitter has been doing. (Like the totally new interface, location-based Tweets, user suggestions, Twitter chats, etc.)

Then on November 2nd, I will be co-presenting with Louis Lessig, Esq. “Social Networks For/In Your Business” at the Garden State Council SHRM 19th Annual State Conference & Expo.

And if that wasn’t enough, November 5th is going to be something interesting, I just can’t say what yet.

Friday, November 19th brings a redesigned “Online Marketing Day of Thunder” which only has spots for 10 people. Cost will be $250 for the day-long session and more details will be forthcoming. Contact me if you want to be part of this.

I’m tired just writing about it! I hope to see you at something.