Tag Archives: Mike Pilarz

What Are You Going to Do with Google+ ?

6 Oct


I’m looking forward to leading a discussion at this month’s Social Media Breakfast Chicago at Sprint in Chicago on the topic of Google+. I’m interested to hear how participants are using G+ now and what their plans are for business pages when they are finally rolled out. We will share some ideas for getting your brand ready for the business pages launch.

If you were able to jump in fast enough to SMB Chicago’s registration, I’ll see you there (it’s now sold out). If not, do yourself a favor and subscribe to the email list to get on the list for future SM Chicago events here.

Social Media Trends: What’s Ahead?

4 Jun


I am looking forward to moderating a terrific panel in Chicago on June 21. PRSA Chicago will present some of the city’s top agency leaders working in Social Media discussing “Social Media Trends: What We Know Now and What’s Ahead”.

These agency executives will share what’s hot with their wide variety of b-to-b and b-to-c clients and what all PR professionals should be doing right now to stay on top of the social wave. Speakers include:

Adam Keats, SVP Interactive, Emerging and Social Media Marketing, Weber Shandwick
@akeats

Mike Pilarz, Manager, Technology Practice, Burson-Marsteller and Co-Founder of Social Media Breakfast Chicago
@mikepilarz

Glenn Raines, CEO, Social Media Moves
@socialmoves

Moderated by Jack Monson, VP, Engage121
@jackmonson

If you’re able to join us, please bring questions to the event and be ready to participate in-person, via The PRSA Chicago Fan Page, and on Twitter (hashtag: #prsachicago).

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When
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 11:30 AM  –  1:30 PM

Where
Maggiano’s Little Italy
516 North Clark Street
Chicago, IL 

Attire
Business Attire

Fees
Member  $37.00
NonMember  $45.00
Student  $37.00
NOTE: Walk-in registrants will be charged an additional $5 per person.

Sponsored by GolinHarris

 

PRSA Chicago

 

 

 

 

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