Ragan’s unConference reveals that communicators have lots of questions—and plenty of answers—about the new tools of Web 2.0
Jim Pogue said he no longer felt alone.
Of all the “light bulb” moments at Ragan’s social media unConference on Wednesday (and there were many), perhaps none mattered more than the sentiment expressed by Pogue, a communicator with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
“There’s an understanding here that a lot of other people have the same challenges and problems that I do,” Pogue said.
Check out all the comments from the unConference.
Download the results from the event.
Kicking off Ragan’s Social Media conference, about 70 communicators gathered at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas to talk about Web 2.0 tools, how to best use them and the obstacles that stand in the way.