PRSA 2011 Digital Impact Conference, “Building Knowledge, Skills and Value for the New Decade”

by Shashi Bellamkonda on April 22, 2011


PRSA DI 2010 Day 2 (11)
The PRSA Digital Conference 2011 is taking place on May 5-6th at the The Sentry Center in New York. The conference gives you a insight into staying  atop of the latest online public relations trends and technologies.

I am paraphrasing George Bernard Shaw when I say – Education starts from birth except for a short break at school.  In 2010 I attended the PRSA Digital Conference and spoke on a session “Preparing to manage a crisis in real time” with Heidi Sullivan VP Research Cision. This year Network Solutions was invited to present our SNCR award-winning case study on Network Solutions’ online reputation management at this spring’s Digital Impact Conference.

Last year I learnt a lot from the speakers Jeremiah Owyang, Partner at Altimeter Group; Kate Preston, Social Media Editor of The New York Times; and Gabriel Stricker, Director, Global Communications & Public Affairs, Google, Inc and Kami Huyse of Zoetica Media and Deidre Breckenridge of Mango Media.

Did you know Google has stopped putting out press releases in favor of blog posts? How can PR professionals humanize the brand? How to manage your professional and personal brand? Several speakers gave great case studies to illustrate this. I learned, networked and came away with a lot of content to help me for the last 12 months and I am looking forward to the 2011 PRSA Digital. I hope you are coming. Please register here: http://www.prsa.org/Conferences/DigitalImpact/register.html

You can also connect with digital influencers and colleagues at the #PRSADIconf Tweetup, May 5, 5:30–7:30 p.m. sponsored by Marketwire & Sysomos.RSVP for the Tweetup.

Also here are some pictures of the PRSA Digital 2010 that I took http://www.flickr.com/photos/drbeachvacation/sets/72157624010579814/with/4585937791/

The conference is presented by the Public Relations Society of America, in conjunction with the Society for New Communications Research, New York University, and Marketwire.

Image via Flickr by ShashiBellamkonda

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