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Basic introduction on using some web 2.0 tools to better brand your education organization to cultivate professional networks.

Basic introduction on using some web 2.0 tools to better brand your education organization to cultivate professional networks.

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Using Social Media to Brand Your Organization Using Social Media to Brand Your Organization Presentation Transcript

  • Building Your Online BrandWeb 2.0 Strategies that Work Friday, July 22, 2011, ASCD L2L Conference, Chantilly, VA Jason Flom ASCD Emerging Leader, Florida ASCD Advocacy Chairperson Richard Lange Facilitator, ASCD Mentoring Leadership Professional Interest Community
  • Today’s communication plan must include strategies forincorporating social networking as part of a comprehensiveapproach to member outreach, program promotion andinteractive collaboration among members and prospectivemembers. Jason and Richard share what works in utilizing Web2.0 tools in practical, effective ways for leaders of constituentgroups who are looking to build capacity for their organization.
  • SOURCE: FRAMING THE DIALOGUE DOT COMCOMMUNICATING WITH CONSTITUENTS AH, THE GOOD OLE DAYS. . .
  • SOURCE: INKLING MEDIA DOT NETFEW OPTIONS. EASY CHOICES. ONE WAY SIMPLICITY.
  • SOURCE: NORTH VALLEY NEWS DOT COMEMERGING TREND: ENGAGEMENT BLOGS. FACEBOOK. TWITTER.
  • SOURCE: ALEX JAMES BROWN DOT COMAND TODAY? OPTION DILUTION.
  • SOURCE: BOB ELSDALEKEY TO LEVERAGE? FOCUSED PRESENCE.
  • ASCD EDGE A PROFESSIONAL NETWORKING COMMUNITY FOR EDUCATORS
  • SOURCE: TEXAS ASCDBLOG TEXAS ASCD
  • SOURCE: KEN BOHNWE GET BY (IN SOCIAL MEDIA) WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM OUR (PUBLIC RELATIONS) FRIENDS
  • SOURCE: ASCD’S FACEBOOK PAGEFACEBOOK WHERE THE PARTY IS
  • SOURCE: TWITTERTWITTER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT A LA CARTE
  • SOURCE: WIKIPEDIATHE HONEY? CROSS-POLLINATING CONCEPTS, CONNECTIONS AND CONSTITUENTS
  • Extensions• Using Web 2.0 to Boost Your Organization’s On-Line Presence• Getting Started on ASCD EDge• 7 Ways to Find Teachers on Twitter• Introduction to Twitter for Educators• The How and Why of Using Facebook for Educators• 11 Killer Social Media Presentations Worth Watching SOURCE: ALL POSTERS DOT COM
  • Building Your Online BrandWeb 2.0 Strategies that Work Friday, July 22, 2011, ASCD L2L Conference, Chantilly, VA Jason Flom ASCD Emerging Leader, Florida ASCD Advocacy Chairperson Richard Lange Facilitator, ASCD Mentoring Leadership Professional Interest Community