Stage is Set for Second Annual Social Media Summit

"What makes this panel special is the fact that these women are making a point to connect both online and offline. Their online friendships have turned into offline business opportunities," says BAMMedia Spokesperson Beverly Mahone.
By: Beverly Mahone
Sept. 9, 2010 - PRLog -- Women network differently than men and they’ll explain why during the second annual all women’s social media summit on October 30, 2010.  The day long event will be held at the Durham Arts Council in Durham, North Carolina.  It is sponsored by BAMMedia.

A six-member panel will share their experiences on sites like Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.  BAMMedia spokesperson, Beverly Mahone, says the women selected have a high visibility factor.  "What makes this panel special," says Mahone, "is the fact that these ladies are making a point to connect both online and offline.  Their online friendships have turned into offline networking events and business opportunities."  

The returning panelists are Marketing Strategist Olalah Njenga and Social Branding/Marketing Consultant Heather O’Sullivan.

New panelists include Virtual Assistant Angel Lebak, Personal Growth Facilitator and blogger, Leslie Flowers, Business and Employment Coach Francina Harrision and Copywriter Livvie Matthews.  

Some of the questions to be answered will include:  

Is social media a numbers game?
Can have too many friends on any one social networking site?
What’s the best way to market your business with little or no money?
How do I target specific demographics with social media

The panel discussion will be moderated by Business Networking Expert Pat Howlett.  He will also be a part of a special men’s panel, who will discuss what they like and don’t like about the way women network.

Tickets are on sale now through Eventbrite (  and seating is limited.

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About BAMMedia
BAMMedia is a media consulting business specializing in assisting publicity seekers find the right mediums to promote what they do. It was formed in 2006 by veteran journalist Beverly Mahone, who spent more than 25 years in radio and television news. As a media consultant she offers one-on-one coaching to those who want to know how to maximize their publicity efforts.

Beverly has appeared as a guest on MSNBC-TV, FOX News and was the featured subject in an article by the New York Times Newspaper.
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