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Webinar: Learn How Social Collaboration on Your Site Can Drive User Interactions

by Will Morgenweck on 28 Mar 2011 09:45 AM

Integrating social collaboration into your site can improve communications with your customers and foster communication between your site visitors. Join us March 30th at 10 am PDT to learn from Will Morgenweck, Founder of Active Modules and now Director of Social Products for DotNetNuke Corp. He will discuss some of the available social tools for the DotNetNuke platform and discuss examples of successful social collaboration web sites implementations.  

Do you want to improve communication with your customers? Would you like to make your existing community more collaborative? Would you like to know which social tools are a good fit for your site and for your users? During this Webinar, we will discuss how Social Collaboration can improve your site and energize your community. 

On Wednesday March 30th at 10 am PDT you will see a demonstration of the tools available for DotNetNuke and learn how you can get started. We will also show examples of Web Sites that have successfully implemented social collaboration features for their DotNetNuke sites. Please register even if you can not attend the live event to receive a complimentary recording of the Webinar.

You will learn:

  • What tools are necessary for social collaboration.
  • Advantages and disadvantages of external collaboration tools.
  • The advantages of user profiles and member lists.
  • The differences and similarities between blog, wiki and forum
  • How to determine the best structure for social collaboration within your organization.

Register Today!


    5 Comments for Webinar: Learn How Social Collaboration on Your Site Can Drive User Interactions

    R1ckJon3z
    R1ckJon3z
    28 Mar 2011 10:06 AM
    www.pokersharkz.net
    Registered and looking forward to it..
    Cliff Hammock
    Cliff Hammock
    28 Mar 2011 11:19 AM

    I registered as well. Not sure how much new content will be on the webinar, but it can't hurt to hear the latest info from Will. You guys might consider more tighter integration between the signup form and the GoToMeeting registration. It was quite a bit of info to register on the DNN site and then to have to replicate much of that info on GoToMeeting was well...redundant. I do webinars from a variety of training groups every week using GoToMeeting and typically don't have to replicate that info.
    Steven Webster
    Steven Webster
    28 Mar 2011 11:30 AM
    www.overlooktechnologies.com
    thats funny....I only registered on DNN. Nothing else happened.
    Cliff Hammock
    Cliff Hammock
    28 Mar 2011 12:56 PM

    DNN Registration should have taken you to a Thank You Page. If you read it, which I typically don't, the message said that you should be redirected to another page automatically to continue the registration. If not automatically ... Click Here.

    I wasn't auto redirected so I clicked and went to the standard GoToMeeting signup page. So if you didn't do that, you aren't really registered for the GoToMeeting and won't get a reminder email from them with the webinar link. Not sure if DNN will send a reminder or not.

    Maybe Will can see what the best solution is if you didn't already register on GoToMeeting.Maybe the DNN page should be more in your face about the fact that the registration isn't yet complete when you arrive at that page.
    Greg Brown
    Greg Brown
    28 Mar 2011 06:04 PM

    I noticed the same thing Cliff.

    Also, after signing up on gotomeeting site you're sent to a page with all the how/when-to details (audio, etc.) but it redirects after 10 seconds back to DNN.com. Which isn't enough time to read what is there. I thought I had missed some info and signed up a fake user just to grab a real quick screen shot so I could read what was there. As it turns out the same page is emailed to you after the fact but there is no way to know it before hand.
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