For those of you who comment, again and again, I’ve been throwing your name into The Hat – y’all remember the Big Birthday Hat right? It seemed like the perfect thing to use for this drawing. (I mean, LOOK how colorful that thing is!)
The voting results, in order of popularity:
- Tweet Deck
- Microsoft Word, Facebook and General Computer Knowledge (three way tie)
- WordPress and Social Oomph tied for last
The WINNERS of May’s Webinar, in alphabetical order – I’ve linked to your sites with the info I have (please let me know if it isn’t correct!):
- Ellie Ann
- Raelyn Barclay
- Bridgette Booth
- Sandra Hunter
- Jodi Janz
- Amy Kennedy
- Sharon Louise
- Angela McGill
- Marcia Quinn Noren
- K.B. Owen
- Jolina Petersheim
- Shellie Sakai
- Amy Shojai
- Karen Pokras Toz
- Tiffany A. White
Since the tech votes were calculated from ALL the comments, I’ll ask the 15 of you to submit your final votes for LinkedIn vs. Twitter tricks (I’ve heard a lot of mention about Twitter Lists). Whatever you vote for, that’s what we’ll do. This is your webinar.
Note: I believe, if we pick Twitter, that I can find a few minutes for tools like TweetDeck and/or Social Oomph.
Some people asked me NOT to enter them in the webinar so I did not add those names to the hat. I also picked a few extra in case any of you need to bow out from doing a webinar on May 21st (that’s this coming Saturday). I’ll just put your slip of paper back in the hat for the June webinar, no harm-no foul.
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To show my appreciation to ALL the fantastic readers that follow this blog, I’ve listed a short mash-up of the techie blogs that got my wheels turning this week. (I have a special LinkedIn post slated for tomorrow as well.)
Wowza Tech Blog Mash-up:
- Top Six Tech Tools for Writers – by Michelle V. Rafter
- Patrick Thunstrom’s Blog – TweetDeck Tutorials
- Jill Kemerer’s Organizing Coup – Microsoft One Note
- LinkedIn Tips for CPAs – I’m working for CPA’s right now…what can I say. It’s a really good blog!
What’s got your organization/technology interest these days? I’m with Kristen Lamb and being organized does not come naturally to me so I really, really want to know. What tricks have you found work best for you to stay organized? (Hint: I’m thinking of working your responses into a blog so feel free to expound. :-))
See you tomorrow for an in-depth look at a very cool LinkedIn feature!