A number of friends – all of them smart, good natured, and uncommonly attractive – are hoping to present at South by Southwest Interactive (SXSW) next year, and your votes can put them over the top.
This list is by no means all-inclusive, but here are some of their panels you can check out. Feel free to suggest others in the comments.
Tweeting on Weekends – Are We Becoming Socially Anti-Social? – Rohit Bhargava
Why PR Should Drive Social Media Initiatives – Alan Weinkrantz
Your Social Media Campaign Sucks. (And yours doesn’t.) – Dan Shust and David Griner
Better Crowdsourcing: Lessons Learned from the3six5 Project – Daniel Honigman
Unleashing Employees: Empower Innovation from the Ground Up – Josh Bernoff
Why Doesn’t This TV Have a Pause Button – Alan Wolk?
Game On: Can Game Theory Transform Your App? – Damien Basile
Make Your Event Pop with Location Based Services – Damien Basile and Brett Petersel
Blogging & Social Media for Niche Audiences – Nichelle Stephens
World Wide Working: CoWorking & Collaboration – Chris Heuer
Female and Male Entpreneurs: Is There a Difference? – Limor Elkayam
Everyone’s Wrong About Influence. Except Your Customers – Valeria Maltoni
Fahrenheit 452: Will Self Publishing Overtake Traditional Publishing? – Debbie Weil
Innovation: What Happens in Budapest Stays in Budapest? – Henry Copeland
Curation Nation: A Model for Makers and Gatherers – Steve Rosenbaum
Local Search Going GeoLoco – Gib Olander
Boutique Agencies: Kicking Ass and Taking Names – Vanessa Camones
As an aside, if you’re curious to see some panels that my colleagues and I are involved with, you can check that roundup too.