Get in on the growing popularity of social media marketing with this upcoming networking and speaker event at Union Hall.
Dooley Social Studio is gearing up to host its final Social Media Show & Tell of 2019 on December 5 from 3-5:30pm at Union Hall.
The last even of the year will feature social media experts from Twitter, BallR Media, and BrandTrue.
Social Media Show & Tells have grown as the importance of a social presence among customers and clients grows stronger.
“What started as a small gathering for social media enthusiasts has grown to a quarterly event series featuring practitioners who share a behind-the-scenes look at how businesses succeed with social,” says Matthew Dooley of Dooley Social Studio. “Since its inception, the event has served as a gathering space for executives, strategists, and consultants to learn the latest and be their best.”
The event this Thursday features Ray Ball, founder and CMO of BallR Media. She’ll be sharing the details about her recent project with Nike, while focusing on best practices for igniting community activism both online and off. “She’ll then moderate a panel of local micro-influencers to discuss the pros and cons of this trend, including how to grow your online influence and what brands should look for when establishing influencer partnerships,” Dooley says.
Also speaking at the event is Rebeca Arbona, president and chief-truth teller at BrandTrue. Arbona will speak using her knowledge of brand strategy and consumer behavior. “Rebeca will teach us how to build a brand that connects,” says Dooley. “You’ll come away with an understanding of your brand’s underlying truths so you can connect with people in a powerful way that’s real, sincere, and sustainably differentiating.”
Mindy Brack, lead product specialist at Twitter will share whether you’re a brand or individual and how you can use Twitter to create meaningful connections to the people and audiences that matter to you.
These Social Media Show & Tell events are ideal for CMOs/Directors of Marketing, Digital Media Managers, Social Media Strategists, Agency and In-house Creatives, Marketing Consultants, Internet Marketers, Public Relations Professionals, Brand Strategists, Small Business Owners, and Nonprofit Leaders.
Since the events have become so popular among social media and marketing pros in the region, there is limited seating available. “In order to keep the event intimate and maximize learning opportunities, we’re limiting the ticket quantity,” says Dooley. “Get in on this event early, as it will sell out.”
To learn more about the event or to purchase tickets, click here.