Thanks to a lot of hard work by a LOT of great people, Social Media Atlanta was a HUGE success! Bert Dumars (Newell Rubbermaid) and Stephanie Frost (Zero-G Creative) did an incredible job planning, organizing, and leading this event. Speaking for the entire Atlanta social media crowd – THANK YOU!!!
We may not be New York or San Francisco, but Atlanta is a booming social media hub. We have some incredible thought leaders and a lot of fantastic companies on the cutting edge of the social space. With a total of 38 sessions over 6 days, this event was not one to be easily matched. Keynotes, panels, workshops, and meetups covered everything from Human Resources to Event Planning to Tourism, and everything in between, all from a social media perspective. Resources and discussion were available for the most timid beginner all the way up to the most innovative social aficionado. No one could possibly have attended and left without learning something new and feeling challenged, both by the presenters and attendees alike.
We were lucky enough to actively participate in two events, in addition to attending several others. Twitpay was represented on the Nonprofit 101 panel, and in the Social Innovations session, both on Thursday. We’d love to hear what you thought of our sessions, and of Social Media Atlanta as a whole, so please comment! It was great to see you all there!
If you missed any of the sessions, check out @garrettkuk’s day by day coverage at http://garrettkuk.wordpress.com/category/social-media-atlanta-2010/. See you next year!