How do you learn about Social Media?

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Want to learn about social media ? You could try our social media learning centre or book us for an intro-in-a-box session , or check out some of these events:

Here at iJump we’re planning some workshops and events for early next year. Stay tuned or better still, tell us what you’d like to see . We’ll be doing a mix of public and in-house workshops, so would love to know what’s on your mind.

Social media itself can make an event last long beyond the event itself.

For example, check out my notes from the recent visits of Professor Robert Lauterborn and Professor Lawrence Lessig . Professor Lauterborn was part of the ANZA event we blogged about last time .

And in the USA recently, there have been three conferences that have been very well blogged and twittered.

The Thin Air Summit in Colorado had some top-notch speakers, including Jeremiah Owyang (one of my favourite bloggers). You can read Jeremiah’s take on the summit, as well as insights from our friend Carol Ross , plus the official summit blog has a whole range of resources, including video.

As we write this, the WOMMA (Word of Mouth Marketing Association) are running their summit and research symposium in Las Vegas. You can access their papers & presentations , live video and their live blog .

And in Boston the Society for New Communications Research (SNCR, pronounced "snicker") hosted their awards just a couple of hours before I wrote this post, and live twittered it .

Meanwhile, here in New Zealand, I’ve been looking into the relationships brands can have with people through Twitter , and Marie has been exploring online video . You can too!

We also caught up with Episerver ‘s Andreas Stjernström, who was travelling the country talking about online communities. Here’s what he said to us:

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2 thoughts on “How do you learn about Social Media?

  • JustinSMV

    US here. I have seen Social Media spreading like wildfire and the vast resources and tools are increasing, its wise to take advantage of them now and yes the Twitter world is a great resource to learn about social media while participating in one. good post.

    Reply
  • JustinSMV

    US here. I have seen Social Media spreading like wildfire and the vast resources and tools are increasing, its wise to take advantage of them now and yes the Twitter world is a great resource to learn about social media while participating in one. good post.

    Reply

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