A few notes from the podcasting session. Paid Members Public
Peter Whitehead, FT Digital Business Editor, said that they discovered over time that podcasts can’t be repackaged content from the existing outlets, but something in its own right. Low quality “office chat” or high quality, radio-like atmosphere? Going for the latter, but a long way yet to go. Trevor
Blogging4business: Laptops Shut Conference Paid Members Public
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On the stage at Blogging4Business Paid Members Public
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Advice for Conference Organisers Paid Members Public
If you’re running a blogging or social-media related conference, offer free WiFi and power at the desks. Otherwise, you’re crippling the ability of people to blog about your conference – and thus do your publicity for you. Yes, I’m at Blogging4Business [http://www.retailevents.co.uk/b4b2007/site/