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My Schedule

 

9:00 AM
to 10:00 AM

Teaching Social Media When the Content is always changing
19 schedule::attendees
Location Jacob Javits Center 1A18
eventtype  Education
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Create a proper syllabus for a social media course and by the time it is submitted, Facebook has added new features and there are 2 more group buying services. How are educators in top schools dealing with a constantly shifting landscape when teaching social media? How can we help students (and each other) keep up with this rapidly evolving field?

2:30 PM
to 3:30 PM

How to Grow Your Blog Now Via Social Media
50 schedule::attendees
Location Jacob Javits Center 1A10
eventtype  New Media
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To all those starting a brand new blog or those who've been blogging away for years, wouldn't you like to see your blog growth reach new heights? The right kind of Social Media integration boosts your blog growth like nothing else. I started my professional site over a year ago and have more business than I can handle and have been referring away the majority of people who come to me for design and social media strategy services. And it all came through growing my blog via Social Media

2:30 PM
to 3:30 PM

Facebook Analytics – How to Know if You Reach Your Goals
79 schedule::attendees
Location Jacob Javits Center 1A08
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Wondering if there's more to social than just name recognition and "voice"? Wondering if there are better ways to measure real, dollar-value impact of your Facebook marketing efforts? Join Christopher S. Penn, VP of Strategy and Innovation, as he shows you multiple options for measuring Facebook's impact on your organization with tools you already have. Get insights into what's really working and what's not, what your real returns on investment are, and how to identify opportunities to improve quickly.

 

 

9:00 AM
to 10:00 AM

Social Media for Journalists – Beyond the Basics: The Tools You Need and How To Use Them"
29 schedule::attendees
Location Jacob Javits Center 1A07
eventtype  Media
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Already comfortable on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn? Then it's time to take it your social-media skills to the next level. This special, advanced social-media class is designed to specifically help media pros make the most of social-media tools. You will be expected to know all the basics and be ready to dive into a session filled with practical, actionable tips and case studies.

10:15 AM
to 9:30 PM

"Do More With Less – How Journalists Can Overcome Information Overload 36 Tools, Tips & Sites for Digital Efficiency"
33 schedule::attendees
Location Jacob Javits Center 1A07
eventtype  Media
 

This tip-filled session will be full of specific sites, tools and techniques for those of us who face a growing mass of digital information. The talk is not about theory or about how big the problem is, but instead about how to make each working day more efficient by using specific tools, techniques and best practices. This session will provide attendees with 36+ tips, tricks, and tools for managing, organizing and capitalizing the ever-increasing body of digital information we’re expected to process and access.

11:30 AM
to 12:30 PM

How Journalists Can Make The Most of Facebook
18 schedule::attendees
Location Jacob Javits Center 1A07
eventtype  Media
 

Facebook is a website that cannot be ignored.  But how can journalists use it most effectively?  We will cover four ways journalists can use Facebook to connect to their audience, promote their publication, increase traffic to their articles, and research stories.

2:30 PM
to 3:30 PM

Stuff Mom Never Told You About Running An Independent Podcast Inside Of Massive Organization
10 schedule::attendees
Location Jacob Javits Center 1A16
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The "Stuff Mom Never Told You" Podcast from HowStuffWorks.com may feel like a small project, but it's part of a  global media organization - Discovery Communications.  Learn from the show's stars what it takes to run a small "independent" podcast inside of a much larger organization.  With the right focus and attention, any large organization can do the same.

 


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