I'm spending some time this morning finishing my presentation for this week's Blackbaud Interactive Internet Symposium in New York City. I have developed a reputation for constantly tweaking my slides right up until the last minute. Alfred Hitchcock once said that "self-plagiarism is style" and I guess this has become my style.
I've spoken about Web 2.0 in the past, but this time I'm planning on going a few levels deeper. My latest presentation is called "What Social Networks Should Be Doing For You" and I'm going to attempt to answer some key questions including:
- What is Web 2.0?
- What is Social Networking?
- Who uses it?
- What are they doing?
- Where do they get all that free time?
- Why should you care?
- What are Nonprofits doing with Social Networking?
- What is and isn't working?
- What should you be doing?
- How do you get started?
- Where do we go from here?
A lot of things to tackle in 75 minutes. I also need to find time to explain some concepts, show how the moon landings were a hoax, and attempt to answer some questions from the audience. I'm looking forward to it.
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