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Meet the speakers of Community 2.0!

Community 2.0 is next week, May 11-13, 2009, in San Francisco. We’re offering you 25% discount when you register for the conference using the code XM2105Link.

Find out more information here: http://www.link2community.com .
We hope to see you there!

Before then, a few of the speakers took some time to share what they’re presenting on at the event. Check them out!

Anna Boyarsky is the President of Method Fan Club aka Advocacy Manager, at MethodHome. Beth will be participating in the panel discussion ‘Growing a Community Organically’ on Wednesday, May 13.

Listen to the podcast here:
http://www.iirusa.com/upload/wysiwyg/1%20New%20Media/C20%20Podcast%20_%20AnnaBoyarsky_JP.mp3

Beth Murphy is the Head of Marketing & Communications at Digg. Beth will be participating in the panel discussion ‘Don’t Just Survive, Thrive. Tips & Techniques for Sustaining Your Community’ on Tuesday, May 12.

Listen to the podcast here:
http://www.iirusa.com/upload/wysiwyg/New%20Media/C20_BethMurphy.mp3

Matt Warburton the Interim Director is the Enterprise Community Marketing at LinkedIn. Matt will be presenting ‘Voice of the Customer Programs-Using Insight Communities to Drive Your Business’ on Wednesday, May 13.

Listen to his podcast here:
http://www.iirusa.com/upload/wysiwyg/New%20Media/Matt_LinkedIn.mp3

Community 2.0 West Coast Meetup

Do You live in the SAN FRAN area?

Would you like to meet with your peers in an environment conducive to ideation and networking? Would you care for a couple cocktails to top it off? Find out more about how YOU can join the industry’s best social media experts May 12 at the Palace Hotel, at 5:30pm.

To RSVP, visit our meetup page!

The Speakers of Community 2.0: Anna Boyarksy

Today, we’re speaking with Anna Boyarksy, President of Method Fan Club aka Advocacy Manager, at MethodHome. Beth will be participating in the panel discussion ‘Growing a Community Organically’ on Wednesday, May 13.

Listen to the podcast here.

And as a reader of the Community 2.0 blog, we’d like to invite you to join us at Community 2.0 from May 11-13, 2009, in San Francisco. We’re offering you an exclusive 25% discount when you register for the conference using the code XM2105Link. We hope to see you there!

Community 2.0:

http://www.link2community.com

Join us at Community 2.0:

https://www.iirusa.com/community/registration.xml?state=select_event

The Speakers of Community 2.0: Beth Murphy

This week we’re speaking with Beth Murphy the Head of Marketing & Communications at Digg. Beth will be participating in the panel discussion ‘Don’t Just Survive, Thrive. Tips & Techniques for Sustaining Your Community’ on Tuesday, May 12.

Listen to the podcast here:
http://www.iirusa.com/upload/wysiwyg/New%20Media/C20_BethMurphy.mp3

And as a reader of the Community 2.0 blog, we’d like to invite you to join us at Community 2.0 from May 11-13, 2009, in San Francisco. We’re offering you an exclusive 25% discount when you register for the conference using the code XM2105Link. We hope to see you there!

Community 2.0:
http://www.link2community.com

Join us at Community 2.0:
https://www.iirusa.com/community/registration.xml?state=select_event

Speaker Profile: Chris Brogan

With the Community 2.0 event coming up in May, we’re going to introduce you to another keynote speakers for this year’s event. Community 2.0 is May 11-13 in San Fransisco, California at The Palace Hotel. Today, we’re featuring keynote speaker Chris Brogan, the co-founder of PodCamp and President of New Marketing Labs.

Chris Brogan has been working in the world of web 2.0 for more than 10 years. He’s worked with social media using both web and mobile. Find Chris thought the web with these profiles:

Brogan’s Twitter
Brogan’s Facebook
Brogan’s LinkedIn
Brogan’s Blog
Podcast with UltraCreatives
Podcast with Duct Tape Marketing

Join us in San Fransisco on Wednesday, May13th for Chris Brogan’s keynote speech, Bringing Our Own Dial Tone.

Don’t forget, if you’re in the New York City area, we’re kicking off Community 2.0 festivities early with a networking event April 16. Click here for more information and to RSVP.

Speaker Profile: Kaliya Hamlin

With the Community 2.0 event coming up in May, we’re going to introduce you to another keynote speakers for this year’s event. Community 2.0 is May 11-13 in San Fransisco, California at The Palace Hotel. This week, we’re featuring keynote speaker Kaliya Hamlin, a leader in the user-centric community.

Hamlin was recognized as one of the Most Influential Women in Web 2.0 by Fast Company in 2008.

At IT Conversations, she participated in this conversation called Do You Know Where Your Identity Is?

Listen to Kaliya on this podcast with ReadWriteTalk.

Read Kaliya’s blog: http://www.identitywoman.net/

Kaliya’s OpenID website

Join us in San Fransisco on Wednesday, May13th for Kaliya’s keynote speech, Identity Across Communities – Tools for Making it Real.

Community 2.0 Speaker Profile: Tara Hunt

With the Community 2.0 event coming up in May, we’re going to introduce you to another keynote speakers for this year’s event. Community 2.0 is May 11-13 in San Fransisco, California at The Palace Hotel. This week, we’re featuring keynote speaker Tara Hunt, co-founder of Citizen Agency and author of The Wuffie Factor.

Read Tara’s blog HorsePigCow here.

You can listen to a podcast interview she did with Jonathan Coulton here.

You can listen to the podcast she did with the Web 2.0 Show here.

You can see Tara present her keynote speech “Making Whuffie: Raising Social Capital to Win Online” on Tuesday, May 12 at Community 2.0.

Twitter says no to Facebook for now

In San Fransisco yesterday, Twitter chief executive and co-founder Evan Williams said they’ve turned down a Facebook offer of $500 million, which was mostly in stock. They believe they still have many things left to do as a company, including turning a profit. This company, which is just two years old would like to stay away from turning a profit by making revenue from sales ads. For more on the story, read this article at the New York Times.