Community Management & Monitoring with Amber Naslund (@ambercadabra) #seochat

On Thursday, July 14, 2011 Search Marketing Weekly will be hosting an #seochat on Twitter. Amber Naslund (@ambercadabra) will be our guest answering questions about community management and monitoring.

Details:

Starts at 7:00 pm Mountain Time
About 1 hour long
Use hashtag #seochat
Host: Ash Buckles

Questions:

  1. What are the best community platforms available?
  2. Where do you see mobile impacting communities?
  3. Does seeding/promoting a conversation help/hurt the community?
  4. Can you explain how Google+ will change monitoring?
  5. How does community help/hurt ones reputation management?

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About Amber Naslund

Amber Naslund is a communications and business strategist, and the VP of Social Strategy for Radian6. In her professional role, she cultivates the Radian6 brand through speaking, content creation, and client strategy and support.

For the past 15 years, Amber has worked with businesses of all sizes, from the Fortune 50 to startups and local nonprofits, to lead branding, communications, and client experience initiatives. She’s enjoyed a diverse career as a fundraiser, client services professional, marketing and communications executive, and entrepreneur. Today, she focuses her work and writing on creating effective change, and solving business problems through better communication, online and off.

Amber is also a frequent speaker at conferences and private events, talking about the intersection of the web, communication, and business culture. Amber is an avid writer and passionate content creator, and her blog has been been recognized among Forbes’ 20 Best Social Media and Marketing Blogs By Women, as PostRank’s top community management blog of 2009, as one of the Top 10 Social Media Blogs of 2010, and among the AdAge Power 150. Her first book – coauthored by digital strategist Jay Baer – will discuss the impact of the social web on internal business, and will be published by Wiley & Sons in February 2011.

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