December 18, 2013
1:30 - 3:00 p.m. ET
The headline for social media in 2013 has been the explosion of new networks and new models, which are grabbing serious mindshare among magazine audiences. Even Pinterest and Instagram are mainstream now, but interest is being diverted to all manner of new players. Vine, reddit, SnapChat and more are fragmenting the channels publishers can use both to drive traffic and to engage their users. What's a publisher to do? When does covering all bump up against diluting the audience? As 2014 dawns, it's a good time to take a serious new look at what's working, and how leading media brands are adapting. What should a media company’s social strategy look like now? How much energy is focused where? How are social media managers creating a strategy that parses messaging across these channels? And where does it convert to commerce? Listen in as top publishers share how they're finding their own brand loyalists, and where they're looking for new ones.
At the December min Webinar we ask the social media strategists at both publishers and agencies how they're managing the Great Social Fragmentation of 2013 and developing effective plans for 2014.
Attend this min Webinar and you'll learn:
- How to deploy resources against a fragmenting social space.
- The implications for established giants like Facebook and Twitter.
- The latest and most promising engagement technologies.
- How to find your existing audience on social networks and discover new potential users—and customers.
- How to differentiate among the social networks and their benefits.
- How publishers are measuring social performance, and how those tools do and don’t map to new platforms.
- How they are crafting direct partnerships with the social networks.
- What advertising looks like on emerging networks and what opportunities that will create for your brand.
Join the panel on December 18 for this no-holds-barred webinar about the age of social fragmentation. Hear first-hand what these top media experts are struggling with and envisioning around the corner.
Content Developers and Sales Managers at Consumer & Business-to-Business Media Brands, including:
- Mobile Content Strategists
- Online Community Directors
- Mobile Application Developers
- Marketing Managers
- Digital Media Managers
- Marketing Directors
- VPs of Marketing
- Brand Managers
- Audience Development Marketing
- Editorial Directors
- Online Editors
- Social Media Directors
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The live audio is delivered to your location over the telephone or your computer speakers. The Power-Point presentations are presented over the Internet and are available to print out before the program. This is like a talk-radio program with visuals on the Web. You and your team will be able to have a live Q&A with all the speakers.
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