Tweet, Tweet: A Look Back at Comcast New Media Exchange
Some ideas are so good they don’t need much promotion or buzz to be successful, the buzz finds the event. I felt like our community-inspired Comcast New Media Exchange (social media training for non-profits) fit that bill. We were able to help connect our non-profit community members and our social media enthusiasts in an event that created networking opportunities and gave us all good ideas and motivation to connect with each other using grassroots new media tools.
I traveled from my home office in Seattle to Philadelphia to attend the event and help with logistics, tweet from the official @CNME account and even conduct some interviews with the speakers.
While I was there, I met quite a few interesting people, learned a few things and joined the conversation—both at the event and online via Twitter.
What was most interesting for me? I boiled it down here:
Information on the panelists, their discussion topics, and to view webcasts from each speaker, click here.
There have been a couple informative blog posts written about CNME on Comcast Voices: Gene Morris’s thoughts, Frank Eliason’s idea that spawned the event, and a quick video with tips from our speakers about how non-profits can use Social Media.
We’d love to hear from you. What was your favorite part or quote from the event or webcast? Got ideas for a future Comcast New Media Exchange or webcast? Tweet us @cnme @ShaunaCausey @JorgeAlberni or @ComcastVoices or email me at Shauna_Causey@cable.comcast.com and I’ll share your idea with the rest of our CNME team.