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For the Toastmaster District 8 conference in St. Louis, Mo., May 18, 2013. …

For the Toastmaster District 8 conference in St. Louis, Mo., May 18, 2013.

Use Social Media to Help You Go from Starlet to Star!
Session Leader: Genevieve Howard, M Ed

The place to be in the 1930s and 1940s was Classic Hollywood. Where's the place to be now? In social media like Facebook and Twitter! Learn how to add glamour to your online presence. We'll talk about setting goals for your communication efforts. You'll receive handouts to help you create your own action plan and apply what you learn. Whether you want to be seen as chic, elegant or dashing, you'll learn how to understand your audience and get them interested in your image and message. You'll leave ready to make your name top billing!

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  • 1. Use social media to help you goGenevieve Howardgenevievehoward.com@HowGen#ClassicD8JeanHarlowfrom starletto star
  • 2. Today’s Top Billing•Goal•Appearance•Audience•Content•Care andupkeep•Futuresuccess@HowGen
  • 3. Goal@HowGen
  • 4. @HowGenIf you don’t know where you’regoing, how will you get there?
  • 5. Appearance@HowGen
  • 6. Look your bestEddie Albert and Grace Brandt@HowGen
  • 7. Look atyourpageswith a setdesignerseye.Scenic designer Robert Edmond Jones@HowGen
  • 8. Set thestage so itmatchesyour brandand thetone ofyourmessage.@HowGen
  • 9. @HowGen
  • 10. Make it consistent!@HowGen
  • 11. Audience@HowGen
  • 12. Connect with your audienceYour audience is NOT “everyone.”@HowGen
  • 13. Target youraudience.@HowGen
  • 14. The morefocusedyouraudience,thebetter!Joan Banks@HowGen
  • 15. When youraudience turnsagainst you…@HowGen
  • 16. Avoid being ahorror showLon Chaney @HowGen
  • 17. Content@HowGen
  • 18. Postdesirablecontent@HowGen
  • 19. 300 million photosuploaded toFacebook every day@HowGenPeople like photos!
  • 20. Blogs, videos, links,polls, quotes, questions:what makessense foryou?Carole Landis@HowGen
  • 21. What isyour goal?@HowGen
  • 22. Care and upkeep@HowGen
  • 23. Keep up with your new connectionsGrace Kelly and Clark Gable@HowGen
  • 24. Interact!Greta Garbo, Armand Kaliz & Antonio Moreno@HowGen
  • 25. Be kind and thank those who help you.Clark Gable @HowGen
  • 26. Check in with your audience.Clark Gable@HowGen
  • 27. Future success@HowGen
  • 28. Make dates to succeedClark Gabel @HowGen
  • 29. Create an editorial calendar.@HowGen
  • 30. Decide how often youll post.@HowGen
  • 31. Top Billing• Starbucks• Lion Brand Yarn• Old Spice• Longmeadow Rescue Ranch@HowGen
  • 32. Toastmasters• Toastmasters International• District 86• Broken Arrow• Erne Speakers• Downtown Toastmasters@HowGen
  • 33. Q & AAssessment and PlanHandout@HowGen
  • 34. Your turn toshine!Estelita Rodriguez @HowGen
  • 35. Photo creditsPhotos without photocredit are fromWikimedia Commonsand the Library ofCongress.Photos with photocredits are under theCreative Commonsattribution license.@HowGen
  • 36. Thank you!Genevieve Howardgenevievehoward.comgenhoward730@gmail.com@HowGen