If you’re a tech geek, you’re familiar with the SXSW Interactive Festival. In addition to all the networking opportunities and parties SXSW is famous for, there are actually hundreds and hundreds of interesting panels during the day.
This year, BatchBlue has submitted a panel. Through the SXSW Panel Picker, they are gauging interest in the panels from the public. The results will go into the final decision process.
I’d love it if you would vote for us! Our panel:
With forums, Get Satisfaction, good old email support and more, let your early adopters help build your product and create the solution they’ve been searching for. See how boot strapping start-ups (and some past the start-up days) build an online R&D lab to turn 1000+ voices into real features.
Pamela is going to be moderating and we’ve got some really cool people saying they’re interested in taking part. With all of my blogging about how Our Users Are So Smart, I’m really excited about this one!
Also, BatchBlue’s very own Michelle Riggen-Ransom has submitted a panel as well. A few months ago, she debuted a new blog of the same name. Here’s the panel:
Exploring ways non-profits and businesses are using social media to drive social change. From forums sharing life-changing information to online communities loaning money to entrepreneurs in Africa: social media tools and applications are powerful and growing. Find out what folks just like you are doing to change the world.
Again, I know some great panelists are lined up for this one. Make sure to keep up with news about the panel at the blog.
I’ve noticed a lot of friends have awesome panel ideas, too. I’ll make sure to write up which ones I’m excited about as soon as I get through them (and as soon as Panel Picker stops dying from the traffic!). Thanks for voting!