Shel Israel: A sneak peek at Twitterville

7/29 | Members-Only Call

Shel Israel, noted social media blogger and author, will lead a members-only conference call, “A Sneak Peek at Twitterville.”

Shel will soon launch his new book, Twitterville: How Business Can Thrive in the New Global Neighborhoods. Before the book hits the stores, we’ll get insight and case studies on why Twitter is such an enormous resource for companies, forcing everyone to embrace a more conversational and neighborly way of doing business. Shel will explain not only why now is an important time for big business to adapt to this intimate form of communication, but how the power of relationships will shape the future of business overall.

Private Member Call | July 29, 1 PM (EST) | Member log-in for details

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