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  1. 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. 2. Your Definition of Social MediaYour Definition of Social Media
  3. 3. ExploringExploring the puzzlethe puzzle ofof SocialSocial MediaMedia
  4. 4. • YouTube • Facebook • Twitter • LinkedIn • Flickr
  5. 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. 6. Free Trial http://www.cceionline.com/userEnroll.cfm?ln g=english&demoReg=1
  7. 7. How will they help your program?
  8. 8. Successful examplesSuccessful examples
  9. 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. 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. 11. 10. Don’t’ be afraid of failure; set your social media goals and stick with it.
  12. 12. Putting the piecesPutting the pieces togethertogether • E-training • E-marketing • E-success
  13. 13. Next StepsNext Steps Contact Kate Woodward Young, M.Ed. kate@texasdirector.org 512-347-9658

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