Thank You, Social Media Club DC

This evening’s event. Enjoy and thank you everyone who viewed live and came out to Viget Labs for Social Media Club.

The slide deck can be viewed in the video. Enjoy and thank you.

Update: Here’s the slide deck. Though the ideas are free for anyone to use, the presentation itself is is not open source. It is for personal use, non-commercial use only.

Update 2: Lots of problems getting this slide deck into an accessible format. YouTube seems to work best.

Aaron Brazell

Aaron Brazell is a Baltimore, MD-based WordPress developer, a co-founder at WP Engine, WordPress core contributor and author. He wrote the book WordPress Bible and has been publishing on the web since 2000. You can follow him on Twitter, on his personal blog and view his photography at The Aperture Filter.

9 thoughts on “Thank You, Social Media Club DC

  1. Definitely educational and I think correct in the trends… still wondering how we respond and what we do about it.

    Of course, as one of the token geeks around here, I’m probably considering a different level of it.

  2. Shashi, The problem is the video embeds which are super important to the deck. I posted it as a YouTube video which preserves that aspect with the drawback that you can’t control the timing of the slide changes.

    Give and take. Thanks for coming out last night and the after party at Applebees. ;)

  3. Wish I could’ve come along last night. But I did just go through the video/slides, and they both were easy to follow and full of great insight!

    Thanks for posting, and see you out soon!

  4. Thanks, Technosailor. Great info provided in an easy-to-receive format. One of the best pieces I got last night was about branding and social media. You said, “Conversations are going to happen [about your brand]; you might as well be a part of them!” That really struck a chord in me. Nice meeting your lovely wife, The Mrs. Technosailor, as well.

  5. Great presentation loaded with a bunch of useful information! Wish I could have been at the seminar personally, but really appreciated the chance to view the entire discussion and slides online.

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