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Social Media: Do's and How To's with LiftPortal Lunar Space Elevator and LiftPortal nonprofit

A session at Space Elevator Conference

Monday 27th August, 2012

11:00am to 11:30am (PST)

This case study explains how one space elevator company has used social media as a basis for educational outreach, media relations, community development, and fundraising. It is a working model that encourages participation with other space elevator organizations, public and private space agencies, the philanthropy community, foundations, US government funding agencies, and the general public. We are giving some concrete examples that other space elevator companies can adopt and hopefully team up to strengthen the industry and work together. We’d also like to hear about what tools work well for others and have discussion time budgeted into the presentation slot.

LiftPort is a lunar space elevator company that works in Advanced Technologies, Nanotech, Robotics, Weather Balloons, Wifi, Tourism, and more.

LiftPortal is the space educational nonprofit that supports the development of LiftPort Lunar Space Elevator. We work under the umbrella of Leeward Space Foundation (501c3), and Community Safety Programs, Inc (MN nonprofit) while we investigate forming a 501c3. We get involved in working with all levels of students, space Education outreach and online, StarVoyagers, Team Prometheus Ardusat, a Speakers Bureau, and more.

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Michael J. Laine

President, LiftPort Group

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michelle cadieux

VP Projects, LiftPort.com Lunar Space Elevator

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Time 11:00am11:30am PST

Date Mon 27th August 2012

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#@ISEC, @LiftPortal

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lanyrd.com/sxkbt

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www.isec.org/…p/technical-program

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  • Liftport - The Space Elevator: Opening Space to Everyone

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