The explosion of social media--and the new powers of communication it gives audiences and consumers--can easily lead to a fragmented, "pixellated" brand. But while social media brings new tools, the "old" rules of branding still apply. And, because social media gives your constituents new ways to tell you what they care about, by bringing a brand-focused approach to your efforts, you can use those tools to add definition to your organization's brand and create a more vivid picture of what your organization stands for.
In this presentation, Brandon Walsh and Tamsen McMahon from Sametz Blackstone Associates, whose clients include the Fuller Craft Museum and the Boston Ballet, talk about what the rise of social media means for your institutional branding efforts. Using five basic rules of branding, you'll learn asystematic approach for implementing a social media strategy that focuses - not fragments - your organization's brand.