Audience RoundTable 

Thursday April 28th, 2016 

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The audience is the expert in our Social Media Breakfast Roundtable. No speaker. No Presentation. Just live Q&A as the members of Dallas SMB share ideas, successes, metrics, tips and, yes, failures. Due to limited seating our Roundtables fill up quickly so register now!

The attendees of SMB Dallas meetings are an incredibly knowledgeable group. Our quarterly Roundtables give everyone the chance to learn from one another, and maybe make some new contacts along the way.

DESCRIPTION:

For many companies, coming up with a successful Social Media Marketing Campaign has been a challenge. We’ll discuss, with the group, the following four key components of planning and executing a Social Media Campaign.
– A Carefully Developed Plan
– Clearly Defined Goals
– Cross Channel Promotion
– Analysis Of Results

Here’s the Plan:

Come to our meeting with your own thoughts on best practices in social media
Toss your question to the group and we’ll all give it our best response
No question? No problem! Maybe you have the perfect answer for someone with a Social Media challenge you already faced and solved

Presented by:

You! The Attendees of Dallas Social Media Breakfast

Our members are experts in social media, marketing, sales, promotions, communications, public relations, advertising, graphics, electronic arts and things some of us have never even heard of. Attendees include consultants, business owners, practitioners, freelancers, contractors, department heads and front-line social media warriors.

It’s the ultimate Social Media CrowdSource! See you there!

MEETING INFO & AGENDA

Where:
Offices of Freeman+Leonard / BravoTECH, Heritage Square I,
4835 LBJ Freeway, 10th floor, Dallas, TX

Agenda:
Coffee & Networking 7:15 – 7:45 am
Roundtable 7:45 – 8:45 am
Closing and Wrap Up 8:45 – 9:00 am

Social media started as an organic marketing tool with an emphasis on creating engaging and interesting content that people actually liked. Over the past three to five years, paid (or sponsored) content has become a staple of most social media marketing efforts.

A study from the London School of Economics last year revealed that a 2% reduction in negative word of mouth boosts sales growth by 1% and Dell has attributed a monetary value to this: their average customer is worth $210; theiraverage online detractor costs them $57 and their average online promoter earns them $32.