August TweetChat – Read the Recap

promo for ncmn tweetchatOn August 17, NCM Network hosted our first chat on Twitter, also known as a TweetChat, from 12noon to 1pm (Pacific Daylight Time). Our hashtag was #NCMNchat.

Our topic of discussion was “The Importance of Social Listening,” and two special guests were featured, Elaine Fogel and Tracy Sestili. The chat was moderated by Debbie Laskey, NCM Network Board Member and brand marketer who has been recognized as one of the “Top 100 Brand Experts” to follow on Twitter @DebbieLaskeyMBA.

A little about our guests:

Elaine is an author, speaker, marketer, brand and customer experience evangelist, educator, and consultant. In addition to teaching at Arizona State University’s Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, her nonprofit experience includes the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, March of Dimes, and UJA Federation of Greater Toronto. Follow on Twitter @Elaine_Fogel.

Tracy is a social media author, speaker, trainer, and strategist. In addition to teaching at UC-Berkeley Extension and San Francisco State University’s College of Extended Learning Social Media Marketing Program, her nonprofit experience includes the Beverly Fund Lung Cancer Foundation, After-School All-Stars, Lung Cancer Action Network, and Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Follow on Twitter @TracySestili.

If you were unable to attend and participate, here’s a link to the full chat on Storify – but save the date for our next TweetChat on December 14 – more details coming soon:

https://storify.com/NCMNetworkSoCal/tweetchat-ncmnchat-importance-of-social-listening-

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