by Tamera H. BennettPosted October 26, 2009
“You Can Social Network: Five Easy Steps to Social Networking” Topic of Speakers Lawyer Tamera Bennett and Technical Writer Louellen Coker at WBODC’s November 2009 Luncheon, Tuesday, November 3rd Women Business Owners of Denton County will hold its monthly luncheon on Tuesday, November 3rd, at Oakmont Country Club, Corinth, Texas. " You Can Social Network: Five Easy Steps to Social Networking” will be the topic of speakers Tamera Bennett and Louellen Coker.
WBODC members Tamera Bennett and Louellen Coker will demonstrate how easy it is to dive into social networking. While they create a blogging platform for one member, they will discuss which networking platforms you should use, the difference between each platform, why and how you should use each platform, best practices in social networking, and the impact social networking can have on your business. While their presentation will focus on getting started in social networking, Tamera and Louellen will provide insights for social networkers at all levels of expertise.
Louellen Coker, President of Content Solutions, holds a Master of Arts degree in Technical Communication from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Baylor University. She has conducted several conference presentations, published several articles, and occasionally teaches technical communication at the college level. An active council member and former president of the Lone Star Community of the Society for Technical Communication, she has served as the President of the Women Business Owners of Denton County in both 2008 and 2009, and also serves as the Public Relations chairperson on the Family Resource Center of North Texas Board of Directors.
Tamera Bennett is a Trademark, Copyright and Entertainment Lawyer whose practice is located in Lewisville, Texas. Her clients range from rock star to leadership coach and financial guru to custom motorcycle designer. A licensed attorney in Texas and Tennessee, Tamera assists clients across Texas and in Nashville, Tennessee. She received her law degree from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law and her undergraduate degree in Recording Industry Studies from Middle Tennessee State University. Tamera was named a “2006 Best Lawyer in Dallas Under 40” by D Magazine.
Registration and networking begins at 11:30, with a luncheon and speaker to follow, 12 noon-1:00 p.m. Register online at www.wbodc.org by Thursday, October 29, 2009. With timely reservations, the luncheon and program cost is $15 for WBODC members and $20 for guests. After October 29th, the cost is $20 for WBODC members and $25 for guests.
The Women Business Owners of Denton County is a non-profit organization established to strengthen women owned businesses economically, socially, and politically via energizing and expanding its members' centers of influence. Our vision is to create productive, interactive groups of business people.