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  • The 5 W’s of Social Media (7/12)Understanding Social Media and taking the plungeThe 411 of Social Media (7/26)Learning the basics of each Social Media ToolThe Social Media Workshop (8/9)Hands on seminar with Social Media
  • Humans are inherently social creatures—we communicate, live and work together.People struggle with two main components of social media:Technology is overwhelming (breadth and use) Etiquette is a mystery They focus on solving these problems so much that they begin to lose sight of the human element. Everyone has it.
  • “Media for social interaction using highly accessible and scalable communication techniques.”Humans are inherently social creatures—we communicate, live and work together. Using social media effectively should come naturally to us, right?
  • Humans are inherently social creatures—we communicate, live and work together.People struggle with two main components of social media:Technology is overwhelming (breadth and use) Etiquette is a mystery They focus on solving these problems so much that they begin to lose sight of the human element. Everyone has it.
  • Facebook: A Social NetworkPersonal Networking & Business GrowthTwitter: A Micro-blogConversing for Personal & Business UseLinkedIn: A Professional Social NetworkPersonal, Professional NetworkingYoutube: A Video Sharing PlatformVideo Publishing for Personal and Business useFourSquare: An “LBSLocation Networking for Personal and Business Use
  • Humans are inherently social creatures—we communicate, live and work together.People struggle with two main components of social media:Technology is overwhelming (breadth and use) Etiquette is a mystery They focus on solving these problems so much that they begin to lose sight of the human element. Everyone has it.
  • Studio Crossings

    1. 1. Social Media: “Is It For Me?”<br />Hosted by: Studio Crossings<br />Presenter: Al Biedrzycki<br />
    2. 2. Introduction<br />Social Media Series:<br />The 5 W’s of Social Media (July 12th)<br />Social Media 411 (July 26th)<br />The Social Media Workshop (August 9th)<br />
    3. 3. How You’ll Benefit<br />The purpose of these seminars is to:<br />Familiarize you with the latest social media tools.<br />Help you determine which tools and strategies best fit your needs.<br />Leave you with a foundationto create a effective social media strategy for your efforts.<br />
    4. 4. What is Social Media?<br />Online technology tools that enable people to communicate easily via the internet to share information and resources.<br />Humans are inherently social creatures, so using social media effectively should come naturally to us, right?<br />
    5. 5. The Human Element<br /><ul><li>Many struggle with two components of social media:</li></ul>Technology<br />Etiquette <br />Some people focus on these aspects so much that they lose sight of the social component, or the human element of social media.<br />
    6. 6. Social Media at a Glance…<br /><ul><li>Facebook: A Social Network
    7. 7. Twitter: A Micro-blog
    8. 8. LinkedIn: A Professional Social Network
    9. 9. Youtube: A Video Sharing Platform
    10. 10. FourSquare: An “LBS</li></li></ul><li>And there are more…<br />Which tools are right for you?<br />
    11. 11. Who is using social media?<br />

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