Check in. Earn a badge. Been there. Done that. How can location-based services (LBS), predicted to be a $3 billion industry by 2013, actually reach their potential? By using location as a cue to offer the right content to the right community at the right time. This session will offer insights into planning LBS-based content with a case study from North Carolina State University. The university is in the midst of implementing new location-based mobile applications and websites to
This presentation will share highlights of NC State University’s journey so far through creating the kind of authentic content and community engagement that few other web experiences can match.
Colleen Jones is the author of Clout: The Art and Science of Influential Web Content. She has led interactive strategy for Fortune 500 companies such as InterContinental Hotels Group and Cingular Wireless (now AT&T) as well as for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the most trusted government agency in the United States.
As principal of the award-winning consultancy Content Science, Colleen helps executives and practitioners make their web content influence results. Colleen is a veteran of the interactive industry, a participant in the first ever Content Strategy Consortium, and the founder of Atlanta Content Strategy. She has spoken about the value of influential web content at conferences everywhere from Phoenix, Arizona to Paris, France.
Tim Jones is the Director of Web Communications at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC., where he leads NC State’s implementation of a custom suite of location-based services in partnership with TriOut NC. Tim has spoken at national and local conferences about how location-based services connect people to places, places to people, and people to people in places—largely through content.
Tim has worked in higher education for the past nine years. He has been a writer, editor of all sorts, programmer, producer, photographer, information architect, content strategist, manager, director and a slew of other things as part of university web, creative, marketing, and communications teams. Tim now directs NC State’s web strategy, from the central web presence to the furthest reaches of social and emerging media.
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