One user rises above the rest on ASAE’s Collaborate network. Also: slides and scenes from the Learning Labs.
So we’re about two-thirds of the way through the 2014 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition in Nashville. A lot of ground covered, eh? We bet. We have a ton of highlights on our RebelMouse page (as well as my intrepid tweeting work), but be sure to get a gander at a couple of things we thought deserved a little extra-special attention during the conference.
Read on in today’s Social Media Roundup:
Collaborate’s Most Engaged User
— Jay S Daughtry M.Ed. (@ChatterBachs) August 10, 2014
Love using Collaborate, ASAE’s private community? Probably not as much as Personify’s Jay Daughtry. According to a page put together by Higher Logic on the Collaborate site, Daughtry is the heaviest user of Collaborate, topping other industry pros, such as consultant Joan Eisenstodt (who is the most authoritative user, according to the page), Mariner Management and Marketing LLC’s Peggy Hoffman, CAE, and Event Garde’s Aaron Wolowiec, CAE.
In a learning lab session on Sunday, Higher Logic’s President and Chief Customer Officer Andy Steggles noted research the organization did that showed that users who were more engaged in the private community were more likely to recommend ASAE to other people.
Either way, it makes sense that Daughtry’s Twitter username is @Chatterbachs, doesn’t it?
Let’s face it, some of the best insights from the meetings come from slides good enough to tweet. Here are a few of the education-session slides that have caught our attention in the past couple of days:
— Willis Turner CAE (@willisturner) August 10, 2014
— Trina Cody (@tcody84) August 10, 2014
— Adrienne Bryant, CAE (@adriennebryant) August 11, 2014
— Marc Beebe (@mdbeebe) August 11, 2014
— EvntGrrl (@EvntGrrl) August 11, 2014
And, of course, you can’t top the session selfie, taken during Sunday’s “Rock Your Content Marketing” session:
— Kari (@Karabella108) August 10, 2014
What’s been your favorite conference highlight so far? Shoot us your take in the comments.