Social media is never a small task—from the ever-changing platforms and tools to staying on top of trends and best practices, from the daily management to targeted campaigns, social media can be a full-time job. But often times we are faced with large tasks with little resources.
Join us for an interactive event where you will learn how you can get big results from small budgets from some of our most talented Social Media Club members. This event will be a little different so be prepared to move around! We will answer questions such as:
- What are ways non-profits are maximizing their budget?
- How can you extend the conversation on social media during live events?
- How can an employee policy help make your organization more efficient?
- How can you harness your employees and fans to create advocates?
- How can engagement be your biggest money-saving asset?
Guest Social Media Club Members
Rob Bertholf, SurroundsMe
Rob will discuss how to create and deploy advocacy strategies and harness some of your biggest assets in social media: your loyal fans and employees.
Liberty Peralta, PBS Hawaii
Liberty will discuss how to extend the conversation into social media with live tweeting and posting to support live events or broadcasts.
Laura Kinoshita, Kinoshita Communications
Laura will discuss how a social media policy is one of the most important documents you should create, and how it can make your organization or business more efficient.
Karen Weikert, Wahine Media
Karen will discuss how engagement is the key to the community building city, and is the most authentic and cost-effective way to build a loyal and engaged following.
Round Table Discussions, 15 Minutes Each: 6:00pm-7:00pm
Questions and Discussions Recap: 7:00-7:30pm
Food & Beverage | Thank you to Cafe Julia for being our venue sponsor!
A light dinner buffet will be provided by Cafe Julia. Be sure to arrive at 5:30 if you want to eat, we will be moving around after 6pm!
|Parking:||on Richards Street and surrounding area is metered ($1.50/hour), but free after 6:00pm. Parking at ‘Iolani Palace is metered ($1.50/hour), but free after 6:00pm (gate closes at 11:00pm)|
Mahalo to our event sponsors!
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Social Media Club Hawaii
The members of Social Media Club Hawaii are committed to developing and supporting best practices of transparency, authenticity, and ethics in the use of social media and social networking. Our members are leaders in the field and are helping to define these business practices.
The event attendees consist of journalists, business professionals, publishers, bloggers, communications professionals, marketers, artists, amateur media creators, citizen journalists, teachers, students and other new media collaborators.