Sunday, 3 October 2010

October New Media Breakfast Edinburgh - Question Time

EDINBURGH BREAKFAST - 21st October 2010 at 8am
The Tower Restaurant, Chamber Street, Edinburgh

New Media Breakfast topic: "Question Time" Panel

This month we're having a New Media Breakfast "Question" Time when you get the opportunity to ask our panel of experts anything you want to know about social networking, search optimisation, pay-per-click advertising, audio and video podcasting, legal issues, blogging, apps, plug-ins, content generation and, anything else you can think of.

We are encouraging people to send questions to us via the blog, Twitter or our Facebook Page. In addition, we will be taking questions from the floor and from Twitterfall on the day.

You can listen to the podcast we recorded at the Glasgow breakfast here, it may give you some ideas for questions that you would like to ask in Edinburgh.  You can also download or subscribe to the Social Media Podcast here.

Our panel of experts is still being finalised but will include:

Tim Barlow, Managing Director, Attacat – who will answer Search Optimisation related questions
Valerie Surgenor, Senior Associate, MacRoberts LLP – who will answer questions of legal aspects of social media
Ben Rogers, Operations & Business Development Director, Attacat – who will answer questions related to online advertising
Belinda Roberts, Managing Director, Winning Entrepreneurs and extensive user of social media for business

Gordon White will play the "David Dimbleby" Chairman role for the event.

We hope you can join us for what should be a fun, but informative, breakfast. If you have a specific question you would like to ask, please post it as a comment on the fatBuzz Blog. Alternatively you can post it on Twitter as a direct message @fatbuzz or you can email any of the panel at the links below:

Gordon White

Email Tim Barlow
Email Valerie Surgenor
Email Ben Rogers
Email Belinda Roberts

Even if you don’t have a question, the discussion will be interesting and may even prompt you to ask something on the day.

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