Visiting the Emerson Exchange Live and Virtually

by | Sep 13, 2010 | Event | 0 comments

We’re but two, short weeks away from the Emerson Exchange in San Antonio, Texas. I hope you’ve already made your travel plans to join us.

If not, make sure to check out the action virtually. We’re hatching a number of ideas to help make snippets from the event available to those unable to join us in person.

The first thing to do is to bookmark this Twitter search on the official event hashtag, #EMRex. Don’t worry–you don’t even need a Twitter account to see this page. If you use RSS to subscribe to blogs, news, searches, and other information sources, you can also subscribe to the #EMRex Twitter search.

If you do have some interest in giving Twitter a try and you haven’t tried it in the past, join me this Friday, September 17 at 10am CDT / 15:00 UTC for Twitter 101 Live Meeting session. To join in, visit .

Use the information below to connect (if you’re not using the available computer audio):

  • Toll-free: +1 (877) 771-7176
  • Toll: +1 (225) 383-1099
  • Participant code: 264679

If this time doesn’t work for you, fear not, I’ll be recording it, much like we’ve been doing with’s Greg McMillan’s demo/seminar series.

We also hope to stream a few of the Emerson Exchange sessions live during the week, so you can tune in if you find the topic of interest. I’m still lining up brave souls who’ll allow me to do this. You’ll want to follow the #EMRex Twitter search for updates.

Can’t wait to see you in person in a few weeks or virtually on Friday at the Twitter 101 session!

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