Brian Solis’s Pivot Conference 2012 opens tomorrow in New York and Kred will be there in force.
Pivot’s Kred Events leaderboard will be displayed in the confeence’s main session room on two screens stationed on either side of the stage. (It’s also posted online at pivot.kred.com) If you’re an attendee or planning to interface with its thought leaders from afar, simply reply, retweet or mention others with the hashtags #pivotcon or #MakeThePivot in your tweet to have a chance to make the Top 50 Most Influential folks at Pivot. The leaderboards will visible throughout Pivot and at major Social Week events across New York City.
For those on hand, Kred CEO Andrew Grill will lead a lunchtime workshop that you won’t want to miss: From “Likes” to Social Influence: How To Drive Action. His talk takes place at 12:45 pm, so grab some eats and come here the latest in thought on social influence. Here is a brief description of Andrew’s session, and we’ll be sure to post the slides and video when they come available:
The rise of socially influential online content and individuals is transforming brand marketing. As trust declines in paid sources like celebrities and bloggers, it’s now mandatory to activate ‘everyday heroes’ who influence their networks about their passions. In this session, you’ll learn why influence now matters to consumers and best practices that generate mentions and tangible, measurable results.
We will have a booth in the conference lobby as well, so please drop by to check out our latest product offerings and meet the team.
Here is a brief video overview of this exciting event. See you there!