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I presented a social media strategy discussion tonight for the KAIROS Analytics Group. It was a completely different type of presentation since the room size and configuration were designed for enjoying wine, not for viewing Powerpoint. As a result, it was on 6 social media strategy critical success factors done sans computer, using pre-drawn cartoon posters to help convey the points. The posters are featured below

The conversation was great with lots of participation from the attendees and additional discussion about social media in a heavily regulated environment, the social media conversation on the BP oil spill, and the key performance indicators we use for The Brainzooming Group social media presence. – Mike Brown

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4 Responses to “A Completely Different Type of Social Media Presentation”

  1. Mike – I love that you shared these cartoons. They are great! I wish I had been there to hear the discussion that accompanied these great images!

    • Mike Brown says:

      Thanks Gabriella – We videoed the presentation, but the small room didn’t really help the video. I have several more presentations coming up on this content, and may be able to get a video out there for those.

      Thanks,

      Mike

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