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From February 18-22, 2013 Washington DC hosted its second Social Media Week, a week-long festival featuring independently curated (and mostly free) speakers, panels, workshops, events, and parties all across the district celebrating tech and social media in the Nation’s Capital.

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From networking events, to political panels, to keynotes at the monthly DC Tech Meetup, Social Media Week will connect people, content, and conversation around emerging trends in social and mobile media, asserting DC as a growing leader in the tech industry.

Social Media Week | Washington, DC is curated by  iStrategyLabs, a digital agency working with a carefully curated Advisory Board to build, promote, and sponsor a week of memorable events. Plan your own Social Media Week event here.


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Written by lead of the #SMWWDC Editorial Team, Kevin Hardy. Learn more about the editorial team here.   AND, that’s a wrap. Social Media Week Washington, DC | 2013 was upon us in a flash, and just like that, it was past! We’d love to hear your thoughts on and what you enjoyed during #SMWWDC |…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Linda Walters. You can discover a little more about Linda here.   WASHINGTON, DC—Mark Coatney, Tumblr’s media director, led a #SMWWDC discussion for “Social Storytelling Q +A”. The event was moderated by Helen Nowicka, Porter Novelli’s Executive Vice President of Digital. Gather event and conversation highlights at #smwpntumblr….

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Christine Archer. You can discover a little more about Christine here.   Last Friday, the Worn Magazine team hosted an informal panel on how to bootstrap a creative enterprise. Panelists Nicole Aguirre, founder of Worn Magazine, Peter Corbett, founder of iStrategyLabs, and Svetlana Legetic, founder of Brightest Young…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Kaitlin Carpenter. You can discover a little more about Kaitlin here.   At nearly every Social Media Week event I attended, I was inspired! Invigorated! Infused with new ideas and motivated to bring the same levels of awesomeness to my own work. But I also found myself thinking,…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Rebecca Rubin. You can discover a little more about Rebecca here.   A collection of aspiring bloggers and podcasters gathered at the Thomas Jefferson Public Library last week for an introductory blogging and podcasting session led by professional web producer and podcaster, Ray Ortega, and social media consultant…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Sarah Sonies. You can discover a little more about Sarah here.   Malcolm Gladwell was wrong. I am (by far) not the first person to write this statement. I am sure I will not be the last. What’s my point? Stay with me for about 300 words. I…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Sarah Sonies. You can discover a little more about Sarah here.   Even as little as three years ago, an organization was considered cutting-edge or even “fearless” simply by entering the uncharted world of social media. Promoting thoughts, ideas, or projects one status or 140-character tweet at a…

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