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Presentation given to Early Childhood Directors regarding the use of social media.

Presentation given to Early Childhood Directors regarding the use of social media.

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  • 1. Jumping on the Social Media BandwagonJumping on the Social Media Bandwagon Kate Woodward Young, M.Ed.Kate Woodward Young, M.Ed. kate@texasdirector.orgkate@texasdirector.org
  • 2. Your Definition of Social MediaYour Definition of Social Media
  • 3. ExploringExploring the puzzlethe puzzle ofof SocialSocial MediaMedia
  • 4. • YouTube • Facebook • Twitter • LinkedIn • Flickr
  • 5. Video only http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrNJt73BG _8 Video – but think about what else is on the page http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to- change-diaper-288399/
  • 6. Free Trial http://www.cceionline.com/userEnroll.cfm?ln g=english&demoReg=1
  • 7. How will they help your program?
  • 8. Successful examplesSuccessful examples
  • 9. Top 10 Lessons 1. You don’t have to conquer all forms of social media at once. 2. Social media keeps your business front and center with customers and potential customers
  • 10. 3. It personalize you and your business 4. Social media is not just for the ‘young” set. 5. All it really takes is 10-15 minutes a day or less. 6. Don’t let it dominate your schedule; budget your time wisely. 7. It helps with clarity. 8. Social media is a give and take process 9. It is not a popularity contest.
  • 11. 10. Don’t’ be afraid of failure; set your social media goals and stick with it.
  • 12. Putting the piecesPutting the pieces togethertogether • E-training • E-marketing • E-success
  • 13. Next StepsNext Steps Contact Kate Woodward Young, M.Ed. kate@texasdirector.org 512-347-9658