On Tuesday September 22nd, 2009 (tomorrow) I’ll be giving a lightening talk at Seattle NetTuesday on free tools that nonprofit organizations can use to develope and execute a listening strategy to enhance their use of social media and the web.
NetTuesday is an international event that takes place in cities around the world on the 4th Tuesday of the month. In Seattle the event starts at 6pm at Soul Repair on 10th Ave and Pike. You can RSVP via Facebook.
A few other folks will be giving short presentations (each only 5 minutes, sort of Ignite style). My talk will cover the use of Google Reader, Twitter Search, Google News and Blog Search alerts and even Delicious, and how organizations can use these tools to find out who is saying what about their organization or cause.
I will followup on Wednesday with a blog post containing my slidedeck and more detailed notes from my presentation, possibly even a video!