Disney Parks Social Media Content: Creating Magical Experiences
Presented by Thomas Smith, Social Media Director for Disney Parks and leader of www.disneyparksblog.com and @DisneyParks
October 18, 2012, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the
Citrus Club in Downtown Orlando
Similar to Walt Disney’s original idea for Disneyland, the Disney Parks social media program is driven by the simple notion that making guests happy is a key to success. Since launching the successful Walt Disney World Moms Panel, Disney Parks Blog and other channels, the program’s strategy has revolved around listening, building relationships, creating and sharing relevant stories, and participating in online conversations. Disney Parks has a series of real-world case studies and examples to share as well as the secret to what keeps the company’s most powerful social program moving forward and grabbing attention.
Topics to be presented:
- The importance of purposeful storytelling
- Why Disney Parks social operates like a next-generation newsroom
- Disney’s secret to moving a social program forward
- Why doing social right demands creativity
- How to highlight the best of your company in the social space
- The key to creating experiences worth sharing
$25 Members; $40 Non-members; $15 Students
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