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SLU's Business School is working to incorporate Social Media into its curriculum. Check out what I pulled together to give the Advisory Board a brief insight into new media from a Gen Y's perspective!

SLU's Business School is working to incorporate Social Media into its curriculum. Check out what I pulled together to give the Advisory Board a brief insight into new media from a Gen Y's perspective!

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  • LoggingOn:Bringing SocialMedia to theCollege Classroom@JPitlyk
  • 93% of social media users believe acompany should have presence in socialmedia.-Cone, Business in Social Media Study, September 2008
  • 93% of social media users believe acompany should have presence in socialmedia.-Cone, Business in Social Media Study, September 2008 85% of social media users believe that acompany should go further than justhaving a presence on social sites andshould also interact with its customers.-Cone, Business in Social Media Study, September 2008
  • 93% of social media users believe acompany should have presence in socialmedia.-Cone, Business in Social Media Study, September 2008 85% of social media users believe that acompany should go further than justhaving a presence on social sites and That’s what it’sshould also interact with its customers.-Cone, Business in Social Media Study, September 2008 all about!
  • What’s at Stake?
  • What’s at Stake? Customer Innovation Relations Strategy Brand
  • and continues with a conversation. (Which can change everything…)
  • Let’s Talk GAP.
  • Let’s Talk GAP.
  • Let’s Talk GAP.
  • Let’s Talk GAP.
  • Generation Y Has the Experts
  • Generation Y Has the Experts“Most entrepreneurs would be better off leaving social mediamanagement to younger employees that „get it.‟" Socialmedia…requires a large volume of ongoing work.Micromanaging the messages will make social mediacampaigns sound inauthentic.”– Ellen Thompson Ten Things You Should Never Micromanage, Darren Dahl, inc.com
  • ITM + Computer Science
  • International Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing
  • Julia PitlykThank @JPitlyk You! Linkedin.com/in/ JuliaPitlyk