What if you could rub shoulders and soak in knowledge from the social media pros you follow online?
Imagine networking with 2,000 fellow marketers in beautiful San Diego, California.
Now add the waterfront Manchester Grand Hyatt, an opening-night party on a naval aircraft carrier and 60 expert-led sessions.
You can now bring this vision to reality.
Introducing Social Media Marketing World 2014…
Social Media Examiner founder and CEO Mike Stelzner and his team have prepared the social media marketing conference of the year—Social Media Marketing World 2014!
Running from Wednesday, March 26 through Friday, March 28, 2014 in San Diego, California, this in-person conference is designed to offer outstanding content infused with a truly social experience.
Whether you have a small local gathering or a large conference, social media can be used to get the word out in a powerful way.
In this article I’ll reveal 10 creative ways to use social media to increase your chances for a gangbuster event.
#1: Create Video People Will Share
Because events take place in person, they engage the senses in a way online content can’t.
Creating a stellar video with great visuals and sound can not only help drive people to your event, it also increases the chances people will want to share it with friends.
Check out this video from Social Media Marketing World 2013 for creative ideas.
Lauren shares how Aetna is to building a corporate presence on social media instead of focusing on a campaign approach in their marketing efforts as they have done in the past.
You’ll discover what they’re doing to achieve this within their social community.
Be sure to check out the takeaways below after you watch the video.
To help you lay down tracks for social media success, here’s a solid list of strategies from eight top social media experts. Take a look, ask yourself what tips you can use and start reaping the rewards of real success.
#1: Offer live events on Facebook
“To provide additional value and fresh ways for your fans to interact with you, periodically conduct live chat sessions or live webinars or teleseminars. My co-author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour a Day, Chris Treadaway, and I recently conducted what we called a ‘flash chat’ in order to crowdsource content for version two of our book,” explained Mari Smith.
Since we started Social Media Examiner in October 2009, we’ve published more than 280 articles. These original posts were written by dozens of social media professionals.
You’ll learn Michael’s unique technique of leveraging his personal and company Twitter accounts.
Be sure to see the other takeaways below.