Webolutions’ Mike Hanbery says, “LinkedIn is the office, Facebook the water cooler and Twitter the bar after work.” Steve Kessler of Denver Dataman calls Facebook a, “t-shirt network,” and LinkedIn a, “shirt and tie network.” Just like a traditional networking event or cocktail party, the culture of our social networks play a large role in how we present ourselves on them.

Join Denver’s premier Social Media for Business group Friday, January 20, 2012, and contribute to our discussion on Sharing Across Social Media Channels.

  • How does the difference among network cultures influence which content  share on them?
  • When you consume content, how do you decide on which channels to share it?
  • Can you design content to be shared on a specific channel? How can you influence this?
  • What does it say about the experience of your brand when someone shares your content on a social media channel?

 

As always, this event is open to the entire business community. We hope you’ll join us for structured knowledge exchange, business networking and a delicious breakfast. Attendees enjoy gourmet muffins from My Favorite Muffin, beverages from Peet’s Coffee Southglenn, hospitality from the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce and tips for immediate use from Denver Dataman.

WHEN: Friday, January 20, 2012, 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM Mountain Time

WHERE: South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, 2154 E. Commons Ave., Suite 342, Centennial, CO, in the Streets at SouthGlenn.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Executives and Business Owners responsible for growing revenue and improving the Return on Investment (ROI) of ongoing marketing efforts.

About Mike Hanbery

Mike Hanbery

“I believe success is borne of achievement and achievement is a product of learning and hard work. I believe every change, every development presents an opportunity. I believe in believing.” View all posts by Mike Hanbery →