Social Media Panel Discussion - Great Success!

Four local experts, a roomful of web workers, business professionals, and nonprofit leaders with great questions, and a super moderator resulted in an exciting, fast-paced discussion on social media on Wednesday, January 21, 2024 at Washtenaw Community College.

Thanks to Nick DeNardis, Shauna Nicholson, Kevin Krason, and Ken Burbary for accepting our invitation to talk, debate, and share their personal stories about social media. We’re grateful to Chad Wiebesick for moderating our panel. We hope you all consider coming back to speak again!

Thanks to Adrian Pittman for the discussion panel photos.

There were lots of resources mentioned by the panelists during the discussion, we’ve listed some below. Feel free to add to the list!

Thanks to Vince Chmielewski for recording the discussion; look for the podcast to be posted soon!


Social media sites
Ning - create and share a social network

Social media news
Chris Brogan

Tools to track what people are saying about you/your organization
Google alerts
Twitter search

7 thoughts on “Social Media Panel Discussion - Great Success!

  1. Hi Deborah,

    Thanks so much for including Radian6 in the list, and to your fabulous panelists for mentioning us. Very much appreciated.

    Amber Naslund
    Director of Community | Radian6


  2. I’m looking forward to the podcast.

    Thanks for listing Techrigy SM2. We have a Pro tool & the Freemium version can be found at


  3. Amber,

    I agree, we had some great panelists for our social media discussion! Glad we learned about Radian6 at the meeting.


    Thanks for the info. I didn’t know there was a pro and free version of SM2. The podcast has been posted, check out


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