Gearing up for Forrester Consumer Forum 2008

The last week of October will see some great content in the social media sphere around getting ahead of tomorrow’s customer.  In April of this year I attended Forrester’s Marketing Forum in LA, and enjoyed “live twitter” and blogging related to the event.  Knowing an onslaught of content is coming, I decided to reach out to Alexis Karlin, Forrester’s community manager for Forrester’s Consumer Forum in Dallas on October 28-29.  She was gracious enough to share some good info for “where the content will live” for the event.  Rosetta is a Forrester client and as a marketing agency we get a lot of relevant industry content out of these events – but lots more will be shared through social media.

Going to Dallas? Please reach out on twitter @adamcohen or contact Alexis @akarlin – there will be a gathering planned.  Whether you will be there or are just interested in the content, here are some other guidelines from Alexis:

I’m looking forward to some great content and expect to have follow-up posts in the next several weeks around some of the more provocative topics.  Take a look at the agenda if you have a few moments – what topics interest you?

Photo credit: bitmapr via Flickr

Related Posts with Thumbnails
  • Hey Adam – Nice summary of the going’s on at #FCF08. Looking forward to catching up with you there, perhaps at the Tweet-Up?
    http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/1231826/
    Jim | @jstorerj

  • Hey Adam – Nice summary of the going’s on at #FCF08. Looking forward to catching up with you there, perhaps at the Tweet-Up?
    http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/1231826/

    Jim | @jstorerj

  • Hey Jim – I’ll definitely be at the tweetup, thanks to Alexis Karlin @akarlin for organizing. Looks like @BryanPerson, @jowyang, @armano and a lot of other social media types will be there, looking forward to it.

  • Hey Jim – I’ll definitely be at the tweetup, thanks to Alexis Karlin @akarlin for organizing. Looks like @BryanPerson, @jowyang, @armano and a lot of other social media types will be there, looking forward to it.