Tag: bill johnston

  • SxSW09: What does a community manager do? THE PANEL! (please vote)

    I’ve been invited to be a panel at 2009 SXSW Interactive Festival entitled “What Does A Community Manager Do?”. Aside from being deliriously happy to have an excuse to go to SXSW, I am also stoked by the opportunity to be on a panel with really smart and experinced people talking about online communities. I’ll […]

  • Busy March and April: events I am hosting / attending

    Lot’s of good online community events coming up, including: Online Community Roundtable: Seattle We will be on campus at Microsoft the evening of 3/12. Want to attend? Send me an email. Mobile Communities Unconference: 3/20 in Palo Alto Forum One Network’s next Unconference focuses on the possibilities (and challenges) of online community and social media […]

  • Online Community Roundtable: 2/28 @ Forrester – a report back

    We had a great group of social media and community strategists at the Online Community Roundtable at Forrester last night. A BIG thanks to Jeremiah Owyang and his colleagues at Forrester for hosting. We had a range of organizations and perspectives represented, from non-profit, to startup to large commercial organizations. In attendance (cribbed from Jeremiah’s […]

  • Roundtable at Forrester 2/28: FULL (was -Still have a couple of seats)

    Update: 5:00pm we are full! Awesome group of folks coming, including: Autodesk, Intel, Joyen, WebEx, Cyworld, babycenter, Tesla Motors, Cisco, TechSoup and Symantec. I’ll post a follow up tomorrow with details! — The next Online Community Roundtable is tomorrow (Thursday, 2/28) in Foster City, from 5:30 – 8:30. Jeremiah Owyang and the folks at Forrester […]

  • Online Community Unconfernece East: A report back

    (This is cross-posted from the Online Community Report) We had a fantastic OC Unconference East in New York City last Thursday. Over one hundred online community and social media professionals were in attendance, and we had over 40 collaborative sessions. I’ve captured highlights below. I’ve also just opened up the Unconference wiki, so you can […]