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Fathom, Columbus Chamber of Commerce Examine Election Via Local Social Media [Webinar]

By | October 24, 2012

This blog is not a political one, but we would be negligent if we didn’t mention that Fathom is partnering with the Columbus Chamber of Commerce next Tuesday, October 30 (10:00–11:00 a.m. ET) to host a unique webinar ahead of the the 2012 presidential election. The joint webinar—titled “ColumbUS Decides”—will examine political opinions (many from the digital space) of Columbus, Ohio residents who are famous for being last-minute decision-makers in presidential elections. Local thoughts on the country’s biggest issues will come from:

  • Social media discussions (including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn)
  • Commentary on news/political websites
  • Surveys sent to members of the Columbus Chamber of Commerce

Register for the free webinar today! You don’t need any particular political affiliation to appreciate what promises to be an in-depth look at the opinions of Columbus residents.

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About Paul Richlovsky

Paul brings a writing and teaching background to his marketing career, where he's been happily active since 2006. After spending his early years serving clients as a Web copywriter and account manager, he currently leads Fathom's own content strategy in collaboration with sales, marketing and others across the company. He is an enthusiastic marketing automation practitioner and active member of the Cleveland Marketo User Group. He also serves as editorial director of Fathom's website and blog and has written/edited multiple guides on marketing, including for audiences in healthcare, higher education, financial services, retail and manufacturing. He previously was lead blogger and managing editor for YouShouldGoToSchool.com, a resource for individuals interested in career-focused education. With a BA in English from the College of Wooster, he is also the author of a collection of poetry, "Under the Lunar Neon." He is particularly interested in usability, readability, ballroom dancing, bachata, racquet sports, and romping with his niece/nephews.

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