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The 5th Annual New Communications Forum :April 27th - 29th, 2009: San Francisco, CA

I am honored that along with Geoff Livingston SNCR Fellow  I will be presenting Online Reputation Management – Best Practices & Lessons Learned at the NewComm Forum 2009 April 27th - 29th, 2009: San Francisco, CA. I love San Francisco . The last time I was there I had a good time meeting a lot of folks and speaking at the Social Media Club SF/SV.

I am looking forward to  NewComm Forum '09  . The last event of Society of New Media Communications and Research - 3rd Annual SNCR Research Symposium & Awards in Boston. The presentations were full of research and findings.

Since I am speaking I get a special offer for friends and colleagues to register for NewComm Forum '09

  • $100 discount if you use the discount code SNCRFRIEND, or
  • a $200. discount off of a Full Access Pass to both NewComm Forum and the Inbound Marketing Summit with discount code NCFCOMBO2 .
    A one-day NewComm Forum FlexPass available for $395. Register at 
    NewComm Forum '09

See previous post about the coverage of the SNCR summit on the Network Solution 's Blog

Beth Dunn's coverage on Small Dots Blog

NewComm Post on Network Solutions winning the SNCR Excellence Award for Online Reputation Management

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