Beginning Feb. 18, experts in the social media space will share their insights through a series of webcasts and interactive online sessions. Taking place over the course of six weeks, Social Media 201 will help those who are familiar with social media boost their personal or business-related online presences with easy-to-follow sessions.
“Twitter owns social TV. Facebook is trying to get there.” Joseph Pigato, managing director of customer-engagement firm Sparked, spoke those words Wednesday during a panel at mediabistro’s Inside Social Marketing conference in New York, “What We Can Learn from TV’s Top Social Campaigns,” where he was joined by Sesame Workshop Director of New Media Communication Daniel N. Lewis and moderator Natan Edelsburg, vice president of Sawhorse Media and writer for mediabistro’s Lost Remote blog.
The Facebook Marketing course from mediabistro already provides those who sign up with a thorough overview on how to apply proven Facebook marketing strategies and techniques, build a fan base, and grow your business with a meaningful presence on the social network. For those who register by 11:59 p.m. ET Thursday, a free webcast will also be included.
The Facebook Marketing course from mediabistro already provides those who sign up with a thorough overview on how to apply proven Facebook marketing strategies and techniques, build a fan base, and grow your business with a meaningful presence on the social network. For those who register starting Monday, Sept. 9, through Thursday, Sept. 12, at 11:59 p.m. ET, a free webcast will also be included.
Each year, Mediabistro hosts the AllFacebook Marketing Conference, which provides the world a deep look into Facebook innovations and issues impacting both social media and digital marketing. This year, it will take place at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square June 5. The event is filled with top-notch speakers and provides innovative information that will help you and your organization succeed in Facebook marketing. I attended last year, and I am very excited for this year’s conference. Below are seven reasons why you should book your ticket now to attend the AllFacebook Marketing Conference, while you still can — it’s not too late! I’ll be attending along with Firebelly Vice President and lead of our Dallas office Misty Sanford.
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This week, Games.com has several openings available. The company is hiring two senior visual designers and two senior UI designers in its New York and Sterling, Va., offices. Meanwhile, Time Inc. is seeking a freelance production coordinator for the tablet version of All You. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro.
Facebook is increasingly becoming a mobile company, as evidenced by the fact that roughly 600 million people access the social network via their phones. David Fisch, Facebook’s vice director of platform partnerships, spoke with Inside Network Managing Editor AJ Glasser at Mediabistro’s Inside Social Apps conference in New York about the future for the company on mobile and why organic reach has decreased.
AllFacebook Marketing Conference is next Tuesday and Wednesday, and the insight and contacts you’ll get from attending are unparalleled.