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100 days to go

With 100 days to go, we still have lots to do getting ready for Y’all Connect. In the meantime, have you …

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James Spann on the “servant’s heart” in social media

Y’all Connect speaker James Spann gives tips on how a broadcast journalist not only reaches a big audience online, but also approaches it with a “servant’s heart.”

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On newsstands now: Weld’s feature on Y’all Connect

Look who’s in the paper today … It’s us! In color!

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Reserve your stay at the Sheraton and earn a $20 rebate

If you are among the first 25 guests to book your rooms at the Sheraton Birmingham, you will earn an instant $20 cash rebate!

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The story of (another) conference: PodCamp Nashville

As a first-time attendee and speaker at PodCamp Nashville in 2012, I had the opportunity to cover it in two ways at once: Pinterest and Storify.

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Free passes to See Jane Write’s Katie and Javacia

We gave away our first two Y’all Connect passes over the weekend.

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Whitney Breaux launched BRSocMe 3 years ago

One of my favorite leaders in social media, Y’all Connect speaker Whitney Breaux, has inspired me since I met her in Baton Rouge in the fall of 2010.

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Read like a rock star!

On my doorstep today was a special delivery. The box contained my first copy of “Think Like a Rock Star” by Y’all Connect speaker Mack Collier. I can’t wait to tear through it.

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Our first writeup: Weld for Birmingham

Weekly newspaper Weld for Birmingham was kind enough to do a feature story on Y’all Connect, the very first one.

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Welcome to the South’s first corporate storytelling event!

In a few months, we’re going to have a wonderful conference. We’ll talk about social media and blogging, two of my favorite topics, but in a larger context.

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