Internet Dating 101: Its Complicated But It Doesnt Have To Be as Byron speaks with author and former New York Daily News columnist Laura Scheffler. Learn to Manage Your Love Life in the New Digital Age with Tips on How to Act on Facebook and Twitter and other Social Networking Sites, What Online Sites Are the Best and Tips on How to Look in Your Profile Photo and What to Write Among Other Tips from this Love Expert.
How Facebook, Twitter and Social Media Can Improve Customer Service with digital media expert David Lee King, author of FACE2FACE: Using Facebook, Twitter,
and Other Social Media Tools to Create Great Customer Connections and DESIGNING THE DIGITAL EXPERIENCE: How to Use Experience Design Tools and Techniques to Build Websites Customers Love.
Debt collectors are using peoples Twitter, Facebook, LinedIn and MySpace accounts to send messages to debtorsâ€™ friends and families and gather personal information about people who owe them money?
Police and the IRS check out peoples social media profiles for evidence that they may be breaking the law or cheating on their taxes?
Consumer advocate Howard Dvorkin shows us the pitfalls of social media use that no one has told them about.
Rick Burnes is the blog and content manager on the Hubspot marketing team. His background is in journalism and entrepreneurship; he started the company Faneuil Media. He believes in creating flat organizations where everyone works in different areas with few people who just manage. Heâ€™s very active on Twitter and writes his own personal blog and contributes to the Internet Marketing blog for Hubspot. Since one of Hubspots specialties is making video to complement their copy, you can find him all over YouTube and the companyâ€™s website speaking and teaching about inbound marketing.
Tom O Keefe of BostonTweet tells us how he has created an interactive community forum and the city of Boston is quickly jumping on board via viral marketing and notably using Twitter. He tell us about the popularity of this new type of tweeting, and how other communities can get on board with this great concept.
Leslie Poston is passionate about helping people and businesses find their way to success via technology. As a writer, she has over 200 ebooks and books in her repertoire and several more in development, including Twitter for Dummies with Laura Fitton and Michael Gruen.
As a speaker and leading authority in social networking, new media, brand and business development, she is the Founder and CEO of Uptown Uncorked social media and business development consultancy. She is also the Co-Founder of Film Pop!, a digital and new media services development agency for independent film as well as a long-time consultant to the entertainment industry for new media development and marketing.
A firm believer in translating online relationships and successes into the offline world, she has also founded Social Media Breakfast New Hampshire, PodCamp NH/ME and the nationwide Strong Women in Tech initiative. Her educational background is in English Literature and Clinical Psychology.
When she isnâ€™t watching or playing sports (especially hockey and UFC/MMA), playing piano, hiking, sailing, skiing, supporting local bands, playing with her Rottweiler, or working, Leslie can be found on Twitter and other social media sites, meeting new people, forging relationships between businesses and customers and making connections with the world.