How to Build An Online Community
With Duane Brown
Join our Online Community for an Interactive Learning Experience, from the comfort of your home or office!
How do you use social media successfully to drive interaction and build a community? The topic of this seminar will start with this very question in mind. There is a good chance you've heard of Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and maybe even Sticky Bits and Hot Potato. But do you know how to use them to their (and your) utmost potential?
You will leave this seminar with an integrated, and more holistic view of how the Internet is changing and how your library can harness its potential for community building. This knowledge will be used to reach a wider audience and improve community engagement with your customers and potential users.
Key Topics to be Explored:
- What’s a social media strategy and how do you build one?
- Strategies for success when heading online.
- Further resources for engaging community.
About the Presenter...
Duane Brown is a gamer, strategy director and snowboarder. He has done work for clients over the years including Proximity Canada/BBDO, Hill & Knowlton, NATIONAL and Marshall Fenn Communications. He uses his knowledge and passion to help launch digital marketing campaigns all over North America and around the world…. on 5 of 7 continents to be exact. His background includes education in marketing and public relations.
Duane has been featured in a number of publications including PSFK's Good Brands Report 2010, Gamasutra, Age of Conversation 3 and Join The Conversation. He has spoken at North By North East Interactive, Freelance Camp Toronto and private corporate events. He writes & shares his thoughts at CreativeTraction.com , run www.GameCensus.ca (a list of gaming companies across Canada), and has a few other ideas in the works.
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