Mr. David Reich, Interim Executive Director, IAOC , asked me to publish the announcement regarding the Internet marketing communications education hosted by International Association of Online Communicators (IAOC). IAOC is a nonprofit professional organization devoted to the sharing of knowledge and information among professionals, educators and students in the fields of online public relations and marketing communications.
The program is called “This Week on IAOCblog.com” and takes place on www.iaocblog.com from Oct. 15 – Nov.16, 2007.
Here is the complete announcement:
Subject: Industry Experts Blog Hot Topics in Online Marketing
The International Association of Online Communicators (IAOC) has just begun the Fall 2007 season of the popular educational blog show, “This Week on IAOCblog.com.” The program is free and open for PR, marketing and online communications professionals, educators and students, as well as anyone interested in discussing hot topics and trends in Internet marketing communications.
The Fall season kicked off September 24 with guest blogger Peter A. Gloor of MIT’s Sloan School of Management, who blogged about analyzing workplace communications. The season continues Oct 15 with computer communications expert Dave Taylor answering that menacing question: Is it okay to get paid to blog?
The blog show features a different guest blogger each week. Guests are renowned professionals, educators and authors in the field of online communication.
Here is the Fall lineup:
October 15-19, 2007
GUEST: Dave Taylor, Blogsmart, Ask Dave Taylor
TOPIC: Is It Okay to Get Paid to Blog?
October 22-26, 2007
GUEST: Ted Demopoulos, Blogging for Business
TOPIC: Should CEOs Blog?
October 29-November 2, 2007
GUEST: Dianna Huff, Marcom Writer Blog
TOPIC: Writing Search Engine Friendly Copy
November 5-9, 2007
GUEST: Lois Kelly, Foghound
TOPIC: Conversational Marketing: Mood over Matter?
November 13-16, 2007
(Nov. 12 is Veteran’s Day)
GUEST: Shel Horowitz, Ethical Marketing Expert
TOPIC: Blogger’s Code of Ethics: News or Ruse?