We’re Starting a New Social Business Professionals Group

November 19, 2011

The video stream above will be off line until probably about 5 or 10 minutes after the noon hour (PST) today.  (You know how meetings take a little time to get started... especially when there's food.  :)  )  And, bear with us; it's the inaugural meeting of a new social business professionals group I want to share with you: Social Media Fire (Twitter hashtag #smfire.)  (The name may in fact change later because, ironically, there's a bit of a branding issue at the moment.)  If you're in Orange County, CA, feel free to join us.  But, if you're not in The Big OC, no worries: we'll be live streaming each meeting.  Feel free to join us that way, too.

Live Updates: 

12:33 p.m. - I told you it was inaugural.  'Seems like our UStreamer is having connectivity issues.  But, it looks like they're working through it... Should be up any moment...

2:09 p.m. - That's a wrap!  Glad we got the UStream issues worked out.  Great conversations today.  I hope some of the discussions today were as helpful for you as they have been for me.  For my part, outside of the fact that I got to reconnect with old friends and connect with new ones, I took away some little gems. Particularly, the tactic of  remarketing coupled with other social media tactics and strategies (remember, they're different concepts!) to create value and generate leads.


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