Social Media for Automation Sales and Marketing Folks

by | Sep 1, 2010 | Event, Miscellaneous

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

Posting will be lighter this week than normal. I’m in Atlanta for the ISA Marketing and Sales Summit. I’ll be speaking with automation supplier sales and marketing folks on my favorite topic, social media. The talk is titled, Social Media–Should We, Should We Not, or Should We Just Ignore the Whole Thing.

The talk will be live-streamed, beginning at 8:30am EDT/12:30UTC on Thursday, September 2.

If you are a sales or marketing person, or want to know how we think, feel free to join us.

There is also an active Twitter conversation happening for the event with the #ISAms twitter hashtag. By following Twitter searches of this hashtag, you can connect with folks at the event and follow the happenings, even if you’re not present.

Like last year, our Emerson Exchange coming later this month will use the hashtag #EMRex to help connect Twitter conversations around the event.

Update: Here’s the presentation uploaded to SlideShare:

The recorded video is available on the ISA Marketing and Sales Summit site. My portion begins at the 37 minute mark.

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