Social Media Bootcamp 2014: The Lineup

Posted on: 05/17/14, 3:21pm

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We’re excited to announce our 2014 Social Media Bootcamp speakers!

Covering topics spanning: Content Strategy, A Day in the Life of a Community Manager, Content Driving Brands, Content Marketing for Business, we have:

In addition to our guest lecturer-led modules, this program will feature hands-on workshops and roundtable discussions. These dynamic sessions aim to provide participants with knowledge, skills, and strategies to succeed in a modern marketing climate.

SOCIAL HOUR

As part of last years’ training program, we hosted a Community Manager Panel Discussion. We received great reviews on how engaging and informative this was for our program participants so… we’re doing it again!

Topic of focus is Community Management: Putting it into Practice

It’s like The View over cocktail hour: peers passionately discussing (and sometimes disagreeing) about their craft. The goal of the conversation is to both have answers about what has worked in the past as well as questions about strategy and tactics for the future. 

Our 2014 Community Manager Panel Discussion will feature Community Managers from Feed My Starving ChildrenGeneral Mills, Mall of America and the Minnesota Twins.

Social Media Bootcamp 2014 was developed by The Social Lights® Training Institute. This 2-Day program provides in-depth, in-person, social media training with a topical focus on content strategy and development. Space is limited.

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