#MobileChat No. 57 with Simon Salt

[UPDATE: View the Simon Salt Storify for a recap of the live Q&A]

Is there a suggested business response to social media users who take photos of their food and/or beverage and post for their friends to see? Is that mobile-moment something a business needs to digitally recognize by commenting or sharing with their fans|followers?  Or, now that social video is taking off with apps like Vine and Instagram, should businesses (large and small) run to adopt yet another social|mobile medium?

Social|Local|Mobile is still like the Wild Wild West for many seeking to engage and communicate with their audience. That’s why we’ve invited a digital gun slinger aka @incslinger to be the guest of the next #MobileChat.

simon saltSimon Salt is CEO of IncSlingers. He is an Author, Keynote Speaker (Digital, Mobile and Social Marketing), and Digital Strategist. His first book on Social Location Marketing was published by Que publications in February 2011. His second book, The Shorty Guide to Mobile Marketing debuted at #3 on the Amazon bestseller list in its category and has remained in the top ten since.

He has written online for Mashable.com and for Dad-O-Matic.com as well as other high profile blogs. His articles have appeared in publications as diverse as the American Marketing Association News and Austin Realtor.

He has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fast Company and other publications. He is a member of the Executive Advisory Board for MomentFeed– A Location Engagement Analytics company.

Join us on Wednesday, September 18th from 9-10pm ET via #MobileChat on Twitter as Simon does live Q/A with us. Will the rapid fire nature of a tweet chat Q/A be too much for the incslinger?  You’ll have to watch and find out.

Chat more soon – Patrick Goodman

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