The national Social Media Club is headed to Kansas City on October 21, with their Social Media Masters conference.
Unlike traditional events that attempt to satisfy the needs of all levels of practitioners, the Social Media Masters Series goes beyond typical introductory courses, and provides advanced social media sessions for practitioners from true social media Masters. With the Social Media Masters Series, social media dialogue progresses from the “why” to a more technical understanding of how to execute social media programs in key areas with an emphasis on engagement marketing.
Special presentation this morning - Spiral16 on monitoring and measuring social media
Justin Henning is the Social Media and Online Content Coordinator for the University of Kansas. Working with University Relations, Justin recently shared some of his insight and reflections on building a social media presence for a major state university. Here is a snapshot of some of the items he discussed. Justin’s role is to help administer social media profiles for staff, departments and professors.
Great resource: http://Connect.ku.edu
-He encourages these page admins to post 3-5 times a week (sliding scale depending on the focus of these pages) and keeps to make sure things don’t go stale.
At our July 13 meeting, Social Media Club of Lawrence members shared their favorite free social media tools to track analytics, manage followers, schedule posts and more.
I tried to take good notes and at least get the name of every tool mentioned. I did not, however, make note of the person who suggested each tool, so I apologize that you aren’t getting credit for your recommendations.
Our transportation to Cerner
Special QR code reminding us to check in
The sign-in board at Cerner
Great presentation by the uCern team
Group activity before the presentation
Pictures from the #smclk road trip to Cerner for a presentation from the @uCern team! Thanks to Crowne Plaza Hotel in Lenexa (@crowneplazakcop) for providing a van and to Patrick Conroy (@patricksboat) for driving the crew.
(Pictures from the event were borrowed from @sarahkscoular’s Facebook page. Thanks Sarah!)