Month: May 2012

Online coverage of Peter Shankman’s talk in Buffalo

If you missed seeing public relations and social media marketer Peter Shankman in Buffalo yesterday (like I did), you can find coverage of his talk  “The Next Revolution Will Happen In Your Pocket” on Twitter and so far just one blog, although I hope there is more to come. Steve Bell, partner/director of public affairs

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Recruiting 3.0: The Myths and Power of Social Media in Acquiring the Best Talent, June 6

The how and “why” of leveraging social behavior to recruit top talent is the topic of “Recruiting 3.0:  The Myths and Power of Social Media in Acquiring the Best Talent,” a breakfast seminar at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, June 6 in Cheektowaga, N.Y. Eric Winegardner, vice president of client adoption for Monster Worldwide, will give

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Public relations ethics and social media class, May 29

A class on public relations ethics and social media will take place 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29 at the Armor Inn Tap Room in Hamburg, N.Y. The Public Relations Society of America’s Code of Ethics and real-world ethics cases, including a social media ethics case study, will be presented by Deborah A.

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Keith McFarland keynote speaker at Entrepalooza ‘12, May 10

Only one day remains to register for “Entrepalooza ‘12” an annual gathering of Buffalo Niagara’s entrepreneurs and business leaders from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 10 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. The “Expo & Experts” sessions features talks from 27 local business leaders with topics ranging from marketing and sales to

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Chronic Marketer Book Giveaway

Win a free copy of the Chronic Marketer by Brad Gosse. I will mail you a copy of this book to anywhere in the Continental U.S. or Canada (sorry international peeps.) All you need to do in order to wine is comment on this blog entry and do one of the following: tweet this entry

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Buffalo I/O Conference: careers in computer science, May 3

Students  interested in learning more about careers in computer science, web design and software development can hear from professionals working in these fields at the Buffalo I/O Conference from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, May 3, at 101 Davis Hall on the University at Buffalo’s North Campus. The conference will feature 10- to 15-minute lectures from

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