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Now Available – IAEE Social Media Task Force White Paper

I’m a bit embarrassed at how long it has been since my last update – but oh well, every blogger is guilty of this once in a while.

One of the reasons that I have been too busy to dedicate time to the blog was the wonderful opportunity to be a part of the IAEE Social Media Task Force – and more specifically, part of the subgroup responsible for writing a White Paper on best practices for using social media in conjunction with events.

Without further adieu, I am proud to present the IAEE Social Media White Paper: How to Properly Use Social Media to Enhance and Promote Your Event.

Special thanks to the amazing team for allowing me to be a part of this truly rewarding experience.

Michelle Bruno, CEM, CMP – Lead Writer and Co-Chair

Committee:
Joyce McKee – Co-Chair
Stuart Aizenberg, CEM
Kelly Flowers

Nate Knight

David Haas
Pat Phillips
Maggie McGary

Christina Stallings
Tim Ward
Heidi Vorhees
Kiki L’Italien
Staff Liaison: Susan Brower, CMM, CCP

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2 responses »

  1. Hey Christina! I read the whitepaper when it was released 4 – 6 weeks ago and was very impressed. IAEE doesn’t do that great of a job in the SM engagement space. I really hope they look hard at implementing the principles recommended by their own whitepaper.

    Great job to the committee! Ya’ll raised the bar!

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  2. Thanks so much, Dave! I’ve been meaning to write a quick post about this for weeks but haven’t had a chance. It was truly an honor to work with the team on the White Paper and I’m flattered by your comment!

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