- Cost: $25
- Date: Saturday, 30 July 2016
- Time: 9:00 am to 11:00 pm, before the Unconference
- Venue: George Mason University, Johnson Center, Fairfax, VA
Should you promote yourself on social media? Do you know which sites you should be on? Should you have a blog? Do you think it’s all just a bit silly?
Ed Marsh, a technical writer and information architect with over 20 years of experience, shares his experience with self-promotion by blogging, podcasting, and using social media. He’ll cover sites like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and even a few surprises.
About Ed Marsh
Ed Marsh has been a technical communicator since 1994, creating printed manuals, online help, cheat sheets, technical illustrations, eLearning modules, web sites, and more. He is also experienced in information architecture and content management. He generally dislikes writing in the third person.
Most recently, Ed created the Content Content podcast, featuring interviews with technical communicators, content marketers, content strategists, and other professionals. He is also a homebrewer and former director of the Secaucus High School Marching Band.
Twitter handle @edmarsh
Personal Website: edmarsh.com