The Social Media 101 Scoop

Stephen J. Bailey of Detailed Web Design, entertained the audience in his presentation on social media platforms (Facebook, Twittter, and Instagram), Wednesday June 24, 2015. The first Social Media Seminar this summer, hosted by Amber Foster, Executive Director of Artlink, was very informative. He provided a plethora of tips and tricks. One of the best tips Stephen shared was about Facebook boosts. Numerous participants commented that his tidbit on boosts was the most helpful.

“Common denominator is love and social media is to connect with the human experience.” ~ Stephen J. Bailey

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Stephen J. Bailey presenting.

Stephen’s presentation had a humanistic quality. Very profoundly he said that the “common denominator is love and social media is to connect with the human experience.” He connected the audience in how to practically use these platforms and ways to connect with others. Stephen shared that taking a picture or writing a really great text line to hook your audience can connect people to you.  In one conversation, Stephen said “Care about others and they will care about you. If they aren’t responsive, let them go.”

Overall, this particular Social Media Series presentation had a great balance of the basic “nuts and bolts” and why social media platforms are a crucial marketing tool.

Join us for the next Social Media Series presentation!

When: Wednesday July 15, 2015

What: Social Media Content Management

Who: John Felts, Marketing and Communications Specialist of Visit Fort Wayne, and Jasmine Bejar, Marketing Assistant of Visit Fort Wayne.

Where: Allen County Public Library, Meeting Room C

Format: Lunch and networking from 11:30 to 11:45, presentation from 11:45 to 12:45, and then Q&A, networking, and filling out evaluations from 12:45 to 1:00. *Please note you are welcome to bring your own lunch. Lunch will not be provided.

How: Sign up here to attend.

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