Internet Advocacy Roundtable: Winning with WidgetsInternet Advocacy Roundtable
In a world where it is getting harder and harder to bring people to your website, we can now use widgets to bring our websites to the people. Widgets are miniature webpages that can be grabbed and posted by anyone to their own website, blog, or social network profile. Widgets can be used to widely distribute your action alerts, RSS feed, subscription forms, or any type of content/function you can put on your website--just smaller. And because the widgets are posted on someone else's website, all of those people who trust that website's owner will be encouraged by them to connect with you through it.
Join us on Thursday December 20th for the Internet Advocacy Roundtable for a discussion with our panel of widget experts about how widgets fit into your online advocacy strategy.
Ralph Sklarew, Principal, Working Widgets
Peter Corbett, CEO, iStrategyLabs
Bill Thornton, Head of Product Development, iBelong Networks
Mike Hackmer, BIA Information Network
Event LocationCenter for American Progress Action Fund
1333 H Street, NW, 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
One block from the McPherson Square Metro station (Orange/Blue lines). Exit on 14th Street, NW side. Walk one block south to H Street, NW. Turn left onto H Street, NW. Enter on left side of street, just after the Cosi.