Social Media Horror Stories
In this age of all things social media, it is impossible for everything to be perfect. Whether it be an internal slip-up, trolling fans, or a simple typo, everyone has combatted their own social media horror.
On the heels of Halloween, please join Social Media Club Los Angeles in a discussion of horror stories – social media horror stories! We will explore some case studies and options for managing an online crisis and remerging with flying colors. We have assembled a panel of social media champions – people who have faced the terror and come out unscathed on the other side.
Jen Mathews, @TopTierMedia
Founder of Top Tier Media, Jen is an award-winning blogger and social media strategist. Jen is the head writer and Editor-in-Chief for My Beauty Bunny, an award-winning beauty blog for stylish ladies and gents. Jen has a B.A. in advertising from Louisiana State University 10+ years of traditional and new media marketing experience. She spends way too much time on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Foursquare, Yelp and LinkedIn. If there is a support group for media addicts, send help immediately!
Eric Schwartzman, @ericschwartzman
Best-selling coauthor of Social Marketing to the Business Customer, Eric specializes in a vast array of communications and social media policy development. He is the technology entrepreneur behind iPressroom, a start-up he founded that develops a proprietary software service for managing external communications. He also offers live and online social media training programs. Today, he is a senior communications consultant to various businesses, nonprofits and government agencies. Past clients include Pussycat Dolls, Britney Spears World Tour, The Salt Lake Olympics, Cirque du Soleil, Lucasfilm and others. Eric was previously director of promotions at Rogers & Cowan and VP of marketing at Laser Storm. Eric also founded the Digital Impact Conference and has been producing the award-winning podcast “On the Record...Online” (@ontherecord).
Cynthia Kahn, @cynthiakahn
Cynthia is an entrepreneur, who is currently developing Amused Now, a web entertainment network. She has been designing and implementing web applications for over 15 years. She has a thriving project management consulting career and a proven track record managing product development across multiple industries. Cynthia has an MBA, PMP and Scrum Master certifications. Once “suspended” from Twitter, Cynthia is excited to share her social media horror story.
o Tickets: $10 before November 13; $15 day of/at the door.
o Time: 6:30 PM registration, cocktails, light food, networking.
o $5 Lot
o Free Street Parking
o Gold Line - Quick walk from the Little Tokyo Stop
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Social Media Club Los Angeles designs monthly educational networking events focused on new and emerging social media trends and tools for business, case studies, and best practices.
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