Analyze This: Tracking Success in Social Media Webinar

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Analyze This - Tracking Success in Social Media
Great social media campaigns can help lead to increased website visitors, better search engine placement, stronger customer engagement, and even new customers. Join FAM for our two-hour webinar: Analyze This: Tracking Success in Social Media with Kevin McNulty of NetWeave Social Networking to learn more about how operators can track results across social media platforms and determine success. Learn how to understand the difference between metrics and analytics and how to make that information work. Discover great ways to visualize data and present it to others while ensuring social media efforts are paying off and yielding results. We will allow time for a Q&A so you can get your questions answered about making the most of your social media efforts.

Speaker Information:
Kevin McNulty is co-founder and president of NetWeave Social Networking. Named Small Business of the Year by the Manatee Chamber of Commerce and Associate Member of the Year by the Florida Attractions Association, NetWeave provides social media services for over 70 clients in the US, including large attractions, Destination Management Organizations, major events, and a wide range of small businesses from retail to hospitality. Kevin delivers a series of social media courses for the Manatee Chamber of Commerce and has been a guest lecturer for the University of South Florida, New College, St. Leo University, and State College of Florida. He has presented workshops and seminars for the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, the Florida Attractions Association, and the Florida Association of Museums. His ten years in social media management and training give him a substantial foundation in relevant experience regarding the business uses of social media.

COST:     FAM Members:       $ 50
                Nonmembers:         $ 80

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