Social Media Week in Atlanta


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I took a step back into the classroom to listen to tech savvy
Erik Wolf talk about blogging for businesses. Wolf captivated the audience with some new and some old information as he discussed some new and some old information to help businesses utilize blogging as a soft sell tactic.  I enjoyed the bistro atmosphere of ROAM where you find coffee shop addicts with their laptops pulled out in the restaurant/cafe area.  At the same time, ROAM offers large and small conference rooms to host events like Social Media Week (#smatl).  Although I’ve been a blogger for several years, in large thanks to my tech savvy mother, I learned new information on search engine optimization and new ways to update my blog content.

Although I won’t be able to make it to all the events this week, I’m excited to attend some more sessions and a pub crawl!

One thought on “Social Media Week in Atlanta

  1. Any tips you want to pass along to someone who’s going to write about a day spent with you in Hanoi sooner rather than later would be greatly appreciated. Telling a story I can do. Being tech savvy is not something I can claim to be skilled at.

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