Last Thursday we kicked off our first Worldwide Partner Conference Twitter chat online hosted by the WPC Team (@WPCLA) with Tiffany Ingargiola (@TiffanyWI), one of the social media mavens online, who answered a bunch of questions from the online audience about Worldwide Partner Conference. The questions ranged from experiences with WPC, suggestions for people attending WPC, and much more. If you weren’t able to join us, I have some good news for you… You’ll get another chance tomorrow! (And even if you did get to join us last week, you’ll want to join us again tomorrow for a whole new discussion)
Tomorrow we are holding our second in the series of Worldwide Partner Conference Twitter chats and this time we will be joined by Jeff Shuey (@JShuey), Director of Business Development at Kodak, who will be sharing his insights and thoughts on Worldwide Partner Conference while answering questions from the Twitterverse. If you don’t know Jeff already, he is very active in the social media sphere and you can find out more about who he is and what he does on LinkedIn and Twitter (and be sure you follow him if you’re not already). To give you just a quick taste of some of the great insights the Jeff has regarding being a Microsoft partner and what WPC brings, check out his blog post, “The 3P’s of WPC,” from earlier this week.
So mark your calendars and join us tomorrow morning from 10:00 – 10:30 am PDT on Twitter for a Worldwide Partner Conference 2011 chat. Looking forward to seeing you (virtually) there! By the way, if you haven’t figured out the pattern yet, guess what we’ll be doing next Thursday from 10:00 – 10:30?
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