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Social Media Bootcamp: Spend two hours or an entire day learning, implementing and analyzing the effectiveness of different Social Media strategies from different presenters.
Sunday, December 12, 2010 from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM (EST)
New York, NY
Imagine if you could learn from multiple Social Media Strategists, implement their strategies, test these strategies and then get the metrics/analytics to see which techniques work best and why?
What: A day-long collaborative effort to learn from each other on how to do a Social Media Campaign. We will have some very experienced people and some complete novices. We will brainstorm, implement strategies, test them. We will do this around Ruby Nuby's entry to win a grant from British Airways. The one week of voting Dec 10-17th gives us a specific time frame and we were able to affect action taken by others(voting for video).
When: 10am-10pm, Sunday, Dec 12th,
Where: Ace Hotel Lobby, 20 West 29th Street
New York, NY 10001 (they have free wi-fi and this is a techie/startup hangout with electrical jacks all over)
If you don't have a laptop to use, let us know and we may be able to bring extra.
Ruby Nuby knows a thing or two about Social Media. Our 2-minute video describing our socio-economic mission, competing for a grant from British Airways, is ranked #7 in the world with 31,000 votes. We were #1 for most of the first round of voting and had 5x's the number of votes of the next nearest competitor. Why did we slip to #7? We held off for the 2nd round of voting where voting completely refreshes for the top 10 to compete in the final round, which is Dec 10th-17th. We want to implement our special social media strategies when it counts and that is the inspiration of this workshop.
When & Where
Ruby Nuby is revolutionizing education, philanthropy, economically developing the arts and ending the cycle of poverty, for those who want to bootstrap themselves, in a way that becomes self-replicating.