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The State of the Content Strategy Industry

  • Jun 16, 2011 · 6:00 PM
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A CONFAB PANEL DISCUSSION

For our next meetup we're hosting a panel discussion featuring Confab speakers and attendees from the Philadelphia Region.  Join us to hear about the biggest takeaways from the conference, and to participate in a lively community driven conversation about the state of our industry.

 

The panelists will be sharing their takeaways from the event, attendees are encouraged to read event re-caps ahead of time and come with questions about content, the experience, or anything else they are interested in discussing with the group.

 

Our lovely local CONFAB Panel:

Moderated by Brian James Kirk, Co-founder, Technically Media (CONFAB Attendee)

Angela Colter, Principal of Design Research, Electronic Ink (CONFAB Presenter 'Testing Content')

Clare Cotugno, Electronic Ink, Manager of Content Strategy (CONFAB Attendee)

Kelani Nichole, Principal, Content Distillery (CONFAB Attendee)

We also need to thank Monica Hays, Vanguard, for her diligent takeaways.

 

Takeaways will be available for attendees after the event!

 

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  • Rebecca T.

    It was great to share ideas with colleagues who have different perspectives. I look forward to future events.

    June 29, 2011

  • Carole C.

    It's a startup!

    June 18, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    It was another great meeting; I am two for two. The opportunity to be involved in a focused discussion of this all-encompassing concept called content strategy should not be missed, and more of you who have signed up should take advantage of these Meetups. It is amazing that we have all encountered the same or similar web site development situations and used the same or similar techniques to communicate how to resolve them; but called it by different names.

    Two takeaways: 1. Insure content is on the table from the start and throughout the process; 2. Regardless of your title or role in the process, “infiltrate” everyone’s point of view with the content message.

    (Note to those who attended the Meetup with me: This message is Flesch-Kincaid grade level 8.3. It is the best I could do.)

    June 17, 2011

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