SMC Seattle August Event: Buying, Selling, and Sharing with Generation Z
The world of social commerce is growing quickly. In order to be successful, brands need to not only be on top of technology trends, but also get their audiences. In most cases, those audiences are made up of segments from Generation Z – the socially-connected, always-on, share-til-they-drop audience that fuels purchases and influences their friends.
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It has unfortunately been a couple months since I have been able to make it to an SMC Seattle event and while I know that they are ALL
We wanted to share some exciting results from our 2011 census involving Social Media Club Seattle, where innovators from Washington meet for monthly events to share, engage and collaborate with the community on the issues of social media and technology. Our Facebook page has grown to 2816 members and our Twitter feed to 7111 members. For more information, please visit our Facebook page or Twitter feed and join us for an upcoming event!
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video must range into the millions. Videos break the barrier between telling and show us things, ideas, and images that transform an experience – they bring us in. Through video, our panel of experts has reached hundreds of thousands, entertaining and educating along the way. Join us for a look at how video emerged as the latest medium for the age-old tradition of storytelling.
Join Social Media Club Seattle (SMC Seattle) at Seattle City Hall on Tuesday, June 28 for a panel featuring Jason Reid and Adam Brown of Sonicsgate fame, CommonCraft founder Lee LeFever, and Ben Crawford of Epipheo Studios. SMC President-elect Shauna Causey will moderate the panel of experts which will touch on storytelling in the video age, creating great content and using social media to spread their messages and engage viewers.
Last week we had an incredibly successful SMCSeattleEd event with brilliant panelists – Jenni Hogan, Jyl Patee, Leslie Flinger, Stephanie Robinett and Carol Schiller. The event was moderated by Maya Bisineer and Giyen Kim. from CoolMom was our special guest. The event was hosted by the wonderful people at Banyan Branch. Everything came together wonderfully!
Kicking it off!