02. Ed Marsh: Social Media for Technical Communicators (November 12, 2015)

Ed Marsh presents:

Social Media for Technical Communicators

Picture of Ed Marsh

On Thursday, November 12, 2015, network with your colleagues....

... while you learn about other ways to be social.

Social Media for Technical Communicators

5:30 pm - 5:50 pm:

  • Networking & refreshments (Live NYC)

  • Dial-in (Virtual)

5:50 pm - 6:00 pm: Welcome, announcements, & speaker introduction

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm: Presentation & Q&A

Times are EST (UTC -5)

Are you on social media?

Do you know which ones you should be on?

Should I have a blog?

Do you think it's all just a bit silly?

Ed Marsh, a 20-year technical writer, shares his experience with blogging and with sites like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.



To register: Navigate to the Registration section below, sign up, and pay in advance of the registration deadline.

Day of event:

- Dial-in: You receive an e-mail the day before the event with instructions.

- Contact: +1.8624529927


Security: You cannot walk in. You can only pass building security if you are on their list as a registrant.

To register: Navigate to the Registration section below, sign up, and pay in advance of the registration deadline.


Medidata Solutions

350 Hudson St, Floor 6, between King St & Prince St

New York, NY 10013-4535 USA



- 1 to Houston St

- C, E to Spring St

Day of event:

- Room: TBD

- Take the elevator to the sixth floor, we will let you in.

- Contact: +1.8624529927

Register & Pay

Please REGISTER EARLY--we have limited seats available.

Deadline for registration is Tuesday, November 10.

To register, select your registration type, click Buy Now, and pay with Paypal.

We do not give refunds, but you can transfer your registration.

About Ed Marsh

Ed Marsh has been a technical communicator since 1994, creating printed manuals, online help, PDF documentation, cheat sheets, technical illustrations, and eLearning modules. He is experienced in information architecture--a recent interest--and content management. He also generally dislikes writing in the third person.

Ed likes getting his hands dirty in HTML, CSS, and XML. He is a Drupal CMS enthusiast, creating the content news aggregation contentcontent.info, using Drupal. He is also a supporter of the Drupal Association.

Most recently, Ed created the Content Content podcast, featuring interviews with technical communicators and content strategists.

Ed worked in New York City for most of his career, transitioning to a consultant for a major financial firm in New Jersey in 2011. He was hired as a full-time Associate in 2014.

His favorite punctuation are the semicolon and ellipsis.

Find out more about Ed, including his podcast, on his website and on Twitter.