PodCamp Pittsburgh is a community UnConference for people who create, enjoy or are interested in learning more about blogs, vlogs, audio podcasts, web video, content networks and new media monetization.
Michael Sorg, Shawn Graham, and Deanna Ferrari do a live panel at Luke Wholey's Alaskan Grille talking about their own Social Media Toolbox, reacting on social media, and more as they take questions from the Pittsburgh Young Professionals group.
This session will discuss the use of Hootsuite to manage social media accounts. Whether it's your sole Twitter and Facebook accounts or a multitude of both, this session will show you an all-in-one application to manage them.
This is an introductory course to audio podcasting. Participants will find out what an audio podcast is, and the basics of how to set one up, from some of the basic equipment to use to how to record, edit and publish a podcast.
Why and how to blog about grief, and using on-line resources to help others cope with grief and its effects.
This is a beginner session for video podcasting, where we will go over the basics. We'll talk about what equipment you need to get started, and how to get started.
Sorg started Podcasting in 2006 with the Wrestling Mayhem Show and has grown to a network of varying content, and doomed failures, that has ranged from music, technology, freelancing, and news magazines. And how do we keep the faith? This session will talk about Sorg's trials and tribulations along the way, and what keeps him going through it all.
I'd like to use my experience as a social media/PR specialist at Printing Industries of America to inform others on how to implement social media into a company that has yet to experiment with it. I've learned a lot from blazing a social media trail and want to share my experience with others who might be looking to start from scratch at a company. I'd mostly be talking about YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and starting a blog and what that really means. How does that integrate into the company? Wh...
How Rivals.com – the college and high school site network – has been and continues to be able to leverage its assets to create a unified voice – both as an online sports media outlet and in social media, primarily Twitter.
At last years Podcamp I noticed a few speakers briefly mentioned how, bloggers could earn extra money from blogging - they only mentioned earning a few hundred dollars per year. I'd like to conduct a session educating people how with blogging they can earn a substantial income that will pay the bills and possibly more, and in rare cases earn a six figure income. Subtopics - Setting up Wordpress with the proper themes for affiliate marketing. - Types of Affiliates - coupon affiliates, content a...