Welcome everyone, I'm over the moon to be able to invite you to the first MORNING Cambridge Social Media Meetup.
I've been asked a lot if I can run some events during the daytime, and I finally figured out the way to do it! Depending on the turnout and the feedback, I'm hoping to run these morning events regularly (maybe once a month, maybe every two months, we'll see).
This event will be a repetition of the March evening meetup (in the future I might think of unique topics for morning & evening sessions so you could come to both if you fancy).
There'll be a short 15-minute presentation about the basics of social media. I'll focus mostly on the benefits of using social media to market your business, explaining how social media marketing actually works and how it's connected to content, SEO, mobile, digital and offline marketing as well. Afterwards, we'll do the traditional introductions and will kick off Q&As.
You'll benefit from this short talk even if you've already been using social media for a while now. I'll be looking at it from a strategic point of view, explaining what to do to see great results from your efforts. This should give you some answers to the most common challenges of social media marketing.
Feeling lost in the social media maze? Don't know where to start and how to efficiently spend your limited time? You're not alone! No matter if you are a marketing virgin, newbie or a pro, everyone is welcomed.
Join us for a great morning filled with learning, meeting new people and generally having a great time! I'm still figuring out this new 'Morning event', but I can promise there'll be good coffee/tea, nice breakfast options and most importantly really good conversations.
Agenda for the morning:
10-10:30am - coffee/tea, croissants, mingling, networking
10:30-11am - short presentation
11am-12pm - introductions followed by Q&As and an informal chat
12pm - expected finish
Do you have any questions or problems that you'd like this group to help you with? Let me know!
I'm looking forward to meeting you all at The Bradfield Centre (Central Working Cambridge, Unit 184 Cambridge Science Park, Milton, Cambridge CB4 0GA, UK)