Government 2.0: Social Media Best Practices for Local, County and State InfluencersOctober 12th, 20110 Comments
Madison Capitol with bikes and snow
Do you work for a local, county or state agency? Are you trying to implement social media? Come to the October Meeting of SMB Madison for ideas on Government 2.0.
Social Media Breakfast Madison welcomes a 5 panelist program on Government 2.0 best practices tips and strategies. Offered by several movers and shakers in the state, the focus areas are economic development, tourism, broadband initiatives, multi county programs and city government communications.
Location: Goodman Community Center, 149 Waubesa Street, Madison WI
Neil Stechschulte, @stechschulte City of Sun Prairie Economic Development
Andrew Nussbaum, @andrewnussbaum, President, Columbia County Tourism Bureau
Scott Resnick, @sjresnick, City of Madison District 8 City Council Member, Vice President at Hardin Design & Development
Kathy Marks, @TMAPeritus, @KathylMarks , Managing Principal TMA + Peritus
Jennifer Smith, @jenovate @WI_broadband Communications and Web Manager, Office of Broadband Sustainability – UW Extension
We are very pleased and excited to welcome our very first annual sponsor – Madison-based Engaging Social – an organization who has really committed to helping SMB Madison bring top speakers to share their knowledge. Engaging Social (@engagingsocial)provides brands and businesses of any size the tools to help maximize their social presence on Facebook and Twitter through a single, easy-to-use social media management platform. From publishing and custom tab creation to analytics and monitoring, managing your social presence with Engaging Social has never been easier.
Give a high Five to our Food Sponsor: Dale Suslick of LostOneMillion.com and Wisconsin Counties Association
The Wisconsin Counties Association (WCA) (@Wiscounties)is based in Madison, Wisconsin and is a governmental association representing the interests of counties at both the state and federal level. From the roads we drive on to the sheriffs’ departments that keep our streets safe, counties are at the cornerstone of Wisconsin’s quality of life.
WCA is an association of county governments assembled for the purpose of serving and representing counties. The direction of this organization is one that is determined by the membership and the WCA Board of Directors and the organization’s strength remains with the dedicated Wisconsin county-elected official.
Lessons from the year I lost $1,000,000. How I made it back and more!
Why do bad things happen to good people? They happen so that good people can survive, stabilize and succeed. Then those same people can go and help others grow their bank account, live their passion and maximize their time.
Dale Suslick has a wife, five children, a dog, a cat, two birds named Griffin and Jewel, an unnamed gold fish and four new pet chickens. He lives on .75 acres on Lake Monona in Madison, Wisconsin; Founder of the Lake Monona Business Center.