San Diego Blogger-Marketer Wonk


The MasiGuy - Tim Jackson will be there. Sybil Stershic from the Quality Service Marketing blog will be there.  Clara Nelson, AMA, and Debra Semans, Polaris Marketing Research will be there. Bill Neal, SDR Consulting, who added his brand of spice to the CGM discussion promised to drop by. And I'll be there too!

Martini_1 It's a San Diego Blogger-Marketer WONK! What is a wonk? Glad you asked. It was 'invented' by Ben McConnell, Church of the Customer, when we did the around the U.S. tour for the AMA Hot Topic workshop about how to leverage blogs as a marketing strategy.

To quote Ben: There's no agenda, no speakers, no presentations, (and for the sake of everyone's sanity, no selling).. just the chance for marketers to meet other marketers and share their hot marketing opinions.

When: Sunday, October 22, 2006 from 7:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
Where: Harbor’s Edge Restaurant
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
1380 Harbor Island Drive
San Diego, California 92101-1092
Cost: Free. (Dutch-treat for food/libations)

If you're in the San Diego area stop by and have a drink or two with some cool folks and let's talk blogs!

If you want to brush-up on your marketing check out the schedule for the AMA Marketing Workshop scheduled for 10-22-25/06 in San Diego.


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Golly, I can't wait! One week away now!

I'm really looking forward to this. We had a bicycle industry blogger meeting during our big tradeshow a few weeks ago and it was a blast. So many passionate people talking about their two main loves- cycling and blogging. I can bet that this Wonk will be just as exciting and passion fueled!

Posted by: Tim Jackson on Oct 15, 2006 12:27:23 PM

I'm doing research for a graduate class at TCU. The study focuses on women, public relations and blogging. Because this is a popular blog kept by a woman, we chose to post questions here. Each week we will be posting a new question and would greatly appreciate responses from readers.

"What are the benefits/advantages of using blogging as a PR tool?"

Posted by: Sarah TCU Grad Student on Oct 16, 2006 10:34:26 AM

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