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Announcing the Social Media Face to face with Jeff Pulver Seminar Series

On October 28, 2008 my friend, Jeff Pulver, is going to be doing the first of a series of seminars where he’ll be sharing his perspective on the state of Social Media and its impact on the future of Business Communication.

When I worked with Jeff doing PR work for him, he was the reason I started blogging 4 years ago.   And way before that, in 1995 he was one of the first people who as a hobbyist and a user of Internet Telephony saw the future impact of the technology on the future of communications.

For Jeff, it was the thought of telephony as a software rather than a service that caught his attention. Thirteen years later as a person who uses social media in his everyday life, he believes that social media will have a huge impact in the way we communicate in the months and years ahead.

In this seminar he is going to sharing some of his social media experiences and connecting some of the dots in terms of how he sees various social media platforms having an impact on the future of business communication. Back in the late 1980s through the mid 1990s we all dealt with the introduction and dependence of email on our corporate and personal life. Jeff’s take is that social media will have an even stronger impact in our immediate future.

First Seminar on October 28

The first seminar will be held on Long Island in Melville, New York at the offices on October 28th. The morning will be an interactive lecture followed by lunch and an afternoon questions and answers session.

Seating will be limited to keep this as a intimate experience with the people attending.

Cost and Registration Information:

The cost to register is $995 if you register by October 17th, $1195 afterwards. If you would like to attend, please contact Jeff via email – ( and he’ll will follow up with you.

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