Brian Solis to Co-Host #Blogchat on Sunday, March 4th!

by Mack Collier

Brian Solis, Personal Branding, Twitter, #Blogchat, Building InfluenceI’m beyond thrilled to have Brian Solis co-hosting #Blogchat this Sunday.  We’ll be discussing one of Brian’s (many) areas of expertise, how brands and individuals can leverage blogs to earn influence.  Building and defining influence on the personal and brand level has long been a favorite discussion among the #Blogchat community, and Brian is the perfect person to help us find the answers to this topic.

The official topic will be ‘Using Blogging to Earn Long-Form Influence in an Era of Short-Form Engagement‘.  As we usually do when co-hosts join us, we’ll break down the topic into two 30-minute blocks.

1 – From 8:00pm Central to 8:30 Central, we’ll discuss the topic in light of how individuals can leverage blogs as a way to build influence and their personal brands.

2 – From 8:30pm to 9:00pm Central, we’ll discuss how brands can use blogging as a way to build influence.

If you aren’t already, please make sure you are following Brian on Twitter.  You can (and should!) subscribe to Brian’s blog as well.

BTW, you’ll want to attend this #Blogchat live, as Brian is absolutely brilliant.  He’s one of those people that has a knack for catching the salient points that most of us miss and connecting the dots for us.  The transcript post-#Blogchat always is valuable, but you’ll get much more from the next #Blogchat if you’re there to interact with Brian live.

See everyone tomorrow night, and a word of warning, get ready to RT Brian’s tweets early and often 😉

PS: If you’ve never joined #Blogchat, here’s what it’s all about.

UPDATE: Hope you could attend tonight’s #Blogchat (it was AMAZING!) but in case you missed it, here’s the transcript.

Gaye Crispin March 4, 2012 at 1:27 am

I shall try to make it :)

ahannan March 4, 2012 at 1:27 pm

Always good to get event updates, especially with Brian Solis on the line! Thx

Boomergirl March 4, 2012 at 2:55 pm

I just read @BrianSolis post where he uses the term ‘market interruption’ to describe the end of business as usual. I like his choice of words. They describe in short order exactly what business has been like for us these last couple of years. We’re on a steep learning curve which is scary but enormously exciting too. I don’t think a day goes by that I don’t learn something new. Good time to be alive.

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