Waldo I’m not

May 17, 2010

When it rains, it pours. Luckily and happily it’s not raining today on the first day of Bike-to-Work Week. But what is flooding my schedule this week are speaking engagements and appearances. I might be better served putting this info up on WithJeff, but that’s more of a community calendar and here is where I share social media news and other info.

So, what am I talking about? Let’s just detail the week…

Last night I was on The Bean Cast. This marketing podcast always has smart people on it and somehow I snuck past the guards. The show last yesterday had Ken Wheaton, Bob Knorpp, Joe Jaffe and Erik Proulx on it. And me.

Here’s the link to the show. Give it a listen and feel free to fast forward when I’m talking. Bob was kind enough to say I was making sense, but it took me another hour after the show to stop my brain from hurting – those guys were saying so much smart stuff.

Subscribe to The BeanCast Marketing Podcast on iTunes

In about three hours, I’ll be doing a show with Matt Mamet of Edit.me. His product is a collaborative blogging tool made for organizations that have teams of people (or at least more than one) creating content. Since I manage 20+ blogs on my own and put content up in newspapers, magazines, radio and online, he wanted to have me on to talk about content.

The show’s going to be fun and you can listen live at Noon Eastern today.

Here’s the Webinar link.

Then there’s a book launch party with Diane Darling – I contributed to the book.

The party is on May 18. And finally there are a pile of events at the end of next weekend and into next week. Those are the Eat, Drink and Be Social parties and sessions.

Learn more here.

I also have one ticket to give away if you haven’t bought yours yet. Just leave a comment on this post and I’ll pick one winner by this Wednesday.

Then on Tuesday, the 25th, Jim Storer and I will be on a panel at the Swiss Consulate in Cambridge. Come see us at this FREE EVENT.

What’s on your docket for the early summer/late spring? I’d love to hear from you.