10th ANNIVERSARY!! The Metrix: Which Data Pill Will You Swallow? (#IAR)
Internet Advocacy Roundtable
Thursday, August 21, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
OUR 10th ANNIVERSARY!! Internet Advocacy Roundtable: The Metrix: Which Data Pill Will You Take?
Your team is tweeting, pinning, wall posting and +1ing all the time and you want to know what's the ROI. And too often your work is being judged on how many followers and fans you have. But just because tracking the size of your audience is easy, it doesn't mean those vanity statistics are useful. You want to know how engaged your audience is and how influential they are on your behalf.
This month's Internet Advocacy Roundtable will dig deep into The Metrix of social media. For our 10th Anniversary event, Beth Becker joins IAR host Alan Rosenblatt to talk about the stuff that fills their nightly dreams: social media metrics... the real stuff, not the vanity stuff. Come join us for lunch and cake.
SEATS ARE LIMITED, so reserve yours today.
Beth Becker, Social Media Strategist
Alan Rosenblatt, Director of Digital Strategy, turner4D
WHERE: turner4D, 4th Floor Conference Room, 1726 M St. NW, Washington, DC 20036
WHEN: Thursday, August 21, 2014, Noon - 2:00 PM ET
As always, check @IARoundtable on Twitter at the start of the Roundtable for the live video stream link. This link will become the video archive once the event ends.
Beth Becker brings 20+ years of communication and marketing background to politics where she consults for numerous House campaigns, non profits and unions. Beth's favorite part of her job is conducting trainings about digital strategy for the New Organizing Institute, clients and conferences like PA Progressive Summit and Netroots Nation. As a contributing blogger at epolitics.com and avid activist, Beth shares her knowledge to help the progressive movement use digital strategically with offline to win. When she's not working she can found at the nearest shoe store or on Twitter @Spedwybabs.
Alan Rosenblatt is the lead digital strategist at turner4D and co-founder of the Internet Advocacy Roundtable. Alan is a digital communications and social media strategist, professor & thought leader with over 20 years' experience in politics, advocacy, news media, and education. At turner4D he provides world-renowned training and strategic counsel to organizations seeking to use social and digital media more effectively. Together with Suzanne Turner, Alan founded the Internet Advocacy Roundtable in 2005—a monthly event focused on the intersection of the internet, advocacy, politics and the media. In 1995, he taught the world's first university course on digital politics. He's been teaching it ever since. Alan was the Ombudsmen and co-founder at Take Action News and an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins, American, (and previously at Georgetown and Gonzaga) Universities, where he teaches courses on internet politics. He was Associate Director for Online Advocacy at the Center for American Progress/CAP Action Fund from 2007-2013, where he created and managed the Center's social media program. Alan blogs at SocialMediaToday.com and Connectivitiy.CQRollCall.com, as well as occasionally at HuffingtonPost.com and previously at TechPresident.com. Find him on Twitter, YouTube, SlideShare, Facebook and across the web at @DrDigipol. And follow turner4D at @turner4D.
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