It’s the anniversary of 9/11, and a lot has changed in terms of our privacy since then, especially online. During this open topic meeting, we’ll be discussing online privacy in relation to various social media platforms and more.
We will meet at Signs of Life, 722 Massachusetts, Lawrence, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., Wednesday, September 11. Please RSVP via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/427632064021489/
We are excited to do a Solutions Meeting for Signs of Life, which has hosted our regular meetings now for over a year.
Phil Duncan, Café Manager for Signs of Life, will present a brief background on the history of social media usage by Signs of Life, how social media is managed (by one person, by a team, any policies, etc.), what social media goals Signs of Life has and what they see as the challenges they face in achieving the goals.
Bring your thinking caps. After the brief overview, we’ll break into small teams to brainstorms solutions. We’ll then close the meeting with a period of sharing and dialogue about the challenges and solutions for Signs of Life.
The meeting is at Signs of Life, 722 Massachusetts, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, September 4.
With Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and tons of other channels for social media interaction, it probably feels a little old-school to connect with our audience by email. And yet, it’s still the most used internet tool and can be incredibly effective for sharing your content.
In this evening meeting of the Social Media Club of Lawrence, Beth McKeon will discuss best practices for building an email list, producing compelling content and using stats to track the effectiveness of your efforts. Beth McKeon is the publisher of the Lawrence Kids Calendar and uses MailChimp’s totally free email marketing platform to send a much-loved weekly email to Lawrence parents.
Join us at 7 p.m. this Thursday, August 15, at The Eldridge Hotel - All American Room, 701 Massachusetts, Lawrence. RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/564374893601680/
This will be a fun presentation about what mobile photography is and how it has changed photography forever. Robbin Loomis will show us why the camera app that came with your phone is not the best to use. She’ll show us the best processing apps, including when and how to use them. Amazing art and photography can be created with a mobile device, and Robbin will share why, after years as a professional photographer with a DSLR and countless hours logged in on Photoshop, she now reaches for her iPhone first.