Last week’s SchipulCon event went above and beyond our wildest dreams, expectations and Red Bull-infused late night planning.
To all of our 200+ attendees, speakers, sponsors and friends – YOU took SchipulCon to new levels and we couldn’t be more appreciative. The training, knowledge sharing, hallway conversations and impromptu playtimes and collaborations made last week one of the most special in recent memory.
The SchipulCon fun and learning doesn’t stop here
Videos are coming! We’re busy editing our keynote and breakout session videos, to make sure you don’t miss a single second of great Web insight, business trends and actionable awesomeness from our SchipulCon speakers.
Peek at our growing photo albums! Re-live the fun, training geekiness and new connections made in our SchipulCon photo albums. We’ll be adding more throughout the week – don’t forget to upload your own photos to Facebook, Flickr and beyond so we can share in your SchipulCon viewpoint too! Use that #SchipulCon tag so we can find your awesomeness with greater ease.
Slide decks on Slideshare popping up – You’ll find more and more great slides as the week progresses, but enjoy some of the brain candy now!
Thanks for being a part of one heck of an exciting conference – we can’t wait to share more great content from SchipulCon and talk to you soon!
SlideShare.net recently announced some advanced tools for professional speakers!
- Individuals can register as professional speakers on SlideShare
- Conference organizers can register their conference on SlideShare
Both the speaker and conference directories have the potential to be extremely valuable resources for connecting speakers and listeners! According to Compete.com, SlideShare had 1 million unique visitors in February 2009, proving it is already successfully connecting presentations to a wide audience.
If you are a professional speaker or planning a conference, we highly recommend you take advantage of these exciting tools!
Do these tools make sense for me?
- You should register in the speaker directory if you have a presence on SlideShare (including a healthy number of quality presentations), and have spoken for at least one conference in the past (this is required in the registration form).
- You should post your conference on SlideShare if you are willing to provide a discount (coupon or promo code) for SlideShare users. This is a great opportunity to get the word out about upcoming events in your organization!
- You should not post your name or conference on SlideShare if you are looking for an opportunity to spam SlideShare’s database. Common sense works best here.
Mobile Site! m.slideshare.net
Also, be sure to check out SlideShare’s new mobile site, m.slideshare.net! Here’s what it looks like right now on my iPhone: