Friday, October 28, 2011

"Social Media Sweet Spot Notes: Episode 99" on Storify

Hate feeling like the last to know? Me too. Here are the links and topics we talked about (or meant to talk about) on the DelCor Social Media Sweet Spot, Episode 99.

  1. Chats:
    1.     #assnchat every Tuesday at 2 pm ET – this week’s chat was about professional development. Next week’s will be about performance reviews.

    2.     #Eventprofs chat that takes place on Twitter every Tuesday night at 9 p.m. ET (there is another that happens on Thursdays at 12 Noon ET).

    3.     The next  #measurePR chat will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 8, from 12-1 pm ET.

    · – Podcast #1: Storytelling for Associations with Christina Smith (
    ·      Next episode of Association Cocktail coming soon!

    ·      Klout freaks everyone out on Wednesday, October 26th by changing its algorithm

    ·      OMG – Another social media snafu with Chapstick! Or, Why the Legal Dept Should Not Run Your Social Media Strategy (nod to Catharine P. Taylor for that one)

    Upcoming Meetings & Speaking Gigs:
    ·      ProgressU: Blogger Summit – NOV 10, 2011 AWESOMENESS WILL REIGN SUPREME!!!

    ·      EventCamp Vancouver - #ecv11
    ·      EventCamp East Coast
    ·      ASAE Tech
    ·      Call for proposals for ASAE Annual, etc

    Blogs of Note:
    1.     Eric Lanke Blog: Why Innovation Is Hard (
    2.     The Wall Street Journal Online: Put on a Happy Face. Seriously. (
    3.     Ragan’s PR Daily: (From Oct 17) Nearly 100 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds use social media (
    4.     Joe Gerstandt’s Blog: Talent Is Irrelevant (
    5.     Both Sides of the Table: Lead, Follow or Get the Fuck Out of the Way (
    6.     Danny Brown Blog: A Letter to Joe Fernandez of Klout (
    7.     The Online Community Guide (by Feverbee):  The One Essential Task For Newly Hired Community Managers (
    8.     SocialFish: It’s a Personnel Issue! – NLRB and Social Media by Leslie White (’s-a-personnel-issue-nlrb-and-social-media.html)
    9.     Social Media Influence: Social Media News & Intelligence (by Bernhard Warner): The amazingly gratifying angry customer service Tweet (
    10.  David Armano’s Blog: Klout, Kred and the Ugly Truth About Social Influence Measurement (written by Jennifer Leggio, a Forbes social media blogger and raconteur.) (
    11.  Social Media Insider blog: Read My Lips: This Chapstick Social Media Controversy Is Really Stupid (

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