The inaugural Like Minds: Measuring Social Media

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The inaugural Like Minds: Measuring Social Media event will be taking place in Exeter on 16th October 2009.

The event is looking like a “not to be missed event” especially if you live in and around the South West of England – but don’t let distance put you off if you live further a field – you will always be made welcome in Devon.

Tickets are currently going at £25 for early bird discount so get in now.

Speakers include Trey Pennington and Oliver Blanchard, who both have international reputations in Social Media.

The website explains better than i could where and what it is all about

A Like Minds conference was initially conceived after a chat between Scott Gould and Trey Pennington, after Trey travelled across the atlantic to attend a tweetup. In August 2009, Scott and Andrew Ellis co-founded Like Minds, after Andrew had a vision for something far bigger than just a conference.

Like Minds has become “a discovery service for identifying new stuff; including movies, books, music, people and places, with the help of other like-minded people.”

What you’ll find is relationship amongst innovative thinkers, collaboration on projects and campaigns, and the synergy that creative endeavours bring amongst people. What you won’t find are elevator pitches, uncomfortable networking meetings, and old thinking.

Our inaugural event is on Friday October 16th, focussing on the subject of ‘measuring social media.’

If you are available on the 16th October then you should really be considering going to this event.

2 thoughts on “The inaugural Like Minds: Measuring Social Media

  1. Carl,

    This sounds like a pumping event :-)

    I’m very excited, especially on the subject of *measuring* social media. We all know that you can spend days using Twitter but what we all want to know is how do I measure my efforts?

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