The great booth babe debate raises its ugly head, yet again – are we supporting…
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On Episode 12 AVNation is joined by Jason Harmer of Riggit and host of the…
Most social media discussions, tips and tricks focus on how to engage with your audience and share content, however, one of the most important aspects of social media that is often overlooked is community building. Co-hosts Scott Moody and George Tucker speak with AVSocial panelists Dawn Meade of Net-AV, Matt Scott of Omega Audio Video, NC Nwoko of rAVe and special guest, Sarah Fleishman of Access Networks, to provide insight on building, finding and nurturing communities.
Where is social media the most dynamic!? Why at Live events of course! Hosts Scott Moody and George Tucker discuss the social-sphere, techniques and happenings around Infocomm 12. Joining us were Rebecca Villareale of Middle Atlantic, Betsy Jaffe of Infocomm International, Cari Zoch of Life Size, Matt Scott of Omega Audio Video and Dawn Meade of AV Dawn.
From live-tweeting on the show floor to follow the action from far away, co-host Scott Moody and George Tucker open the floor up to InfoComm’s Betsy Jaffe, Dawn Meade of Net-AV, Matt Scott of Omega Audio Video and NC Nwoko of rAVe to find out more about how to utilize all of the latest and greatest social media tools during InfoComm 2012. Also, we find out why the show’s official hashtag is #infocomm12!
Host Scott Moody and George Tucker take a back seat while Ron Callis of Firefly Design Group, Jonathan Joyce of JD Systems and Bill Reynolds of AV Awakenings and regular Matt Scott talk about how and why real AV integrators have built a social presence for their companies. From getting started and maintaining social accounts to what real ROI means to them, our guests dispense with the marketing mumbo jumbo in favor of straight talk and personal experiences.
This month’s AVSocial features hosts Scott Moody and George Tucker along with NC Nwoko, Dawn Meade and Catherine Jones welcome our special guest author and speaker Chris Brogan. We discuss how manufacturers get support wrong and why the squeaky voiced teen gets it right, why bad is good and why too many companies’ social outreach accounts appear ‘tight around the axles.’
Episode 2 of the AVSocial brings up the topic of blogs. What are they and how do we do them. We talk about who should blog and why, topics to blog about how to keep it going, and how to get people to read it. Plus, we ask the experts, “If I wanted to get started today, how do I do it?”