Social media is one of the most influential types of online publishing today, but many still doubt its ability to generate quality content. Yet publishers from a widening array of market segments can actually be the key drivers for content quality, and can enable social media members to contribute to key editorial functions. How does quality content bubble to the top in social media, and what are the best practices that publishers can follow to generate and manage the quality of social media? This panel will look at content that's being generated for consumers on the open Web, and content for business information consumers that is becoming good enough to license as the "golden source" to enterprise customers.Register now to attend and add your thoughts in the comments to this post as to what questions you'd like to see asked or who you'd like to hear speak!
Thursday, October 18, 2007
SIIA Panel December 5th - Users as Editors: What's the Key to Quality Social Media Content?
I will be chairing a panel at the next SIIA Brown Bag event in New York City on Wednesday, 5 December, recruiting now for speakers so if you want to get on the short list let me know now. The topic is timely, here's the summary: