Join us as we have a chat with Buzzy (@bigbuzzum), the brains behind Epicast, a “multimedia/entertainment specialist based out of Pittsburgh, Pa. Dedicated to providing high quality, raw content” via audio podcasting. Special thanks to our hosts Work Hard Pittsburgh! Find out more about them at www.workhardpgh.com!
Now that everyone has had some time to let the dust settle after PodCamp Pittsburgh X, we’re going to continue our monthly community activities – picking up with our Evening with PodCamp series. Mark your calendars: Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2015 Time: 6:00 p.m. Location: The Hardware Store (Work Hard Pittsburgh), 744 […]
<strong>Session Description:</strong> Who are you and what message are you sharing? Your personal brand has an affect on how people view you and how you impact the environment around you (your community in Pittsburgh and your online community). In this session, we will begin a conversation about how your personal […]
Session Description: “How to Generate Buy-in & Turn Your Organization into a Social Enterprise” is a must-attend session for virtually every social media manager, digital marketer, and business leader hoping to keep up with the changing landscape of modern business. Organizations must now face a harsh reality: either keep up […]
Session Description: An important component of community building is understanding the lived experiences of our neighbors. This session will explore how social media tools, including blogs, can be effective (or not) in the process of educating and exposing our community to the real lives of their neighbors. Panelists will discuss […]
Session Description: Panel discussion with some of Pittsburgh’s longest running podcasters. Takeaways: 1. Podcasting then. 2. Podcasting now. 3. Podcasting future. Presenter: Justin Kownacki @justinkownacki Panelists: John Carman – @carmanavenue – The G Spod Doug Derda – @douglasderda – ShouldIDrinkThat.com Michael Sorg – @sorgatron – WrestlingMayhemShow.com – SorgatronMedia.com Will Rutherfort […]
Session Description: This a new way of scheduling for twitter that I’ve found easier than hootsuite and buffer. I was frustrated with only scheduling tweets out once and not able to send it multiple times without rescheduling/re-entering it. Canyou say TIME-SUCKER! This program allows you to have “jukeboxes” (folders) organizing […]