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WHYC Meetup Organizer:  Allen Hogan Connect with me @ http://www.netspray.com/allen/ Social Media Seminar - June 2009 THIS...
Why  Are  You  Here?
1. To Learn More About Using Social Media Effectively 3. To Support York County Events using Social Media 4. To Network wi...
WHYC - THE SOCIAL MEDIA PIE
1. To Build a Fan Base (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube,  LinkedIn) of 5k in 6 Months 2. To Collaborate with WHYC Meetup Member...
For the first time in 23 years, Pepsi will not have any ads in the Super Bowl.  Instead, the company will be spending $20 ...
Video :  Social Media ROI
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WHYC January 2010

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Here we unveiled plans for What’s Happening York County a grassroots collaborative that (1) teaches people how to use social tools and networks and (2) promotes York County events through an the interactive case study called What’s Happening York County.

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WHYC January 2010

  1. 2. WHYC Meetup Organizer: Allen Hogan Connect with me @ http://www.netspray.com/allen/ Social Media Seminar - June 2009 THIS MEETUP SPONSORED BY: The Susquehanna Photographic
  2. 3. Why Are You Here?
  3. 4. 1. To Learn More About Using Social Media Effectively 3. To Support York County Events using Social Media 4. To Network with Others WHY ARE YOU HERE? 5. To Win a $15.00 iTunes Gift Card 2. To Provide a Centralized Gathering Place for Locals Who Care about Events In and Around York County
  4. 5. WHYC - THE SOCIAL MEDIA PIE
  5. 6. 1. To Build a Fan Base (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn) of 5k in 6 Months 2. To Collaborate with WHYC Meetup Members for Success 3. To Give Administrator Access to 10 Members for Support of the WHYC Social Media Platform WHYC - 6 MONTH GOALS (Phase 1) 4. To Learn Effective Social Media Techniques 5. To Make the “What's Happening York County” Project the Central Location for Everything York County
  6. 7. For the first time in 23 years, Pepsi will not have any ads in the Super Bowl. Instead, the company will be spending $20 million on a social media campaign it’s calling The Pepsi Refresh Project. Rather than spending money on a Super Bowl ad, Pepsi will launch the Pepsi Refresh Project on January 13, 2010. At that time, users can submit their ideas to Pepsi for ways to refresh their communities, making the world a better place. Pepsi is giving away millions in grants each month to fund great ideas. http://www.refresheverything.com/
  7. 8. Video : Social Media ROI

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