Social Media Solutions on a Budget [Video]

  |  May 18, 2011   |  Comments

Free tools can drive new business and create awareness.

You don't have to be a Fortune 500 company to be social media relevant. Getting your company or organization started with social media doesn't have to be a pricey proposition. There is a wealth of great free to low cost tools and strategies that can have you up and running in no time. You can use these great resources in social media to drive new business, create awareness, and get you engaged with your target audience. This podcast will show you how to:

  • Take advantage of great free and low-cost tools that cover managing conversations, measuring reach and engagement, and developing/publishing great content.
  • Leverage lesser known social media channels to increase exposure and reach.
  • Create great social media-friendly content to build trust and authority inexpensively.

Moderator:

  • Greg Jarboe, president and co-founder, SEO-PR

Speakers:

  • Jason Yormark, VP of marketing and social media, Strategies 360
  • Jeffrey Harmon, chief marketing officer, Orabrush

From SES New York 2011

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