What is your business plan for the upcoming Official Social Media Day 2013?
June 30, 2013
Social Media Day is right around the corner. This is a serious; yet, a fun-filled day of people sharing their professional likes, dislikes, accomplishments and strategies used to reach own personal and professional visions.
The vision and real-time use of one of the biggest marketing platforms now and into the future invites you to organize and spend this day as creatively as you want. Mashable offers some great information how to make this a day to remember socially and professionally (with fun too, of course!)
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Have you begun to look at this day as an asset for your business?
If so, great for you. If not, allow me to help you get started. How does a handy checklist sound? Some handy reference links to get you on your way to your goals are included as well.
Think about it, we all love birthdays, anniversaries, holidays and the like and we celebrate them. You (we) love social media and this day is officially the day to celebrate something that has become a huge part of all our lives. Why not celebrate it too?!?
Get started here:
Questions to ask yourself, your staff, your company event staff etc.:
- How will you embrace Social Media Day?
- Is it a day to meet up with people you only know virtually?
- Is it a day to salute the grand accomplishments made through half the year thus far?
- Do you have a strategic plan to utilize this day to help other’s or only yourself?
- Will you schedule a meet-up with connections across the world?
- Will you offer special promotions for your business ONLY on this day?
Be the thought leader in your network to get it started.
- Hold a Mashable Meetup
- How to make Social Media Day official in your city – proclaim your city
- How to organize a Social Media Day meet up: Planning a Social Media Day Meet-UP
- Why not mimic what others have done
- Connect with #SMday on social platforms and get involved Facebook Twitter:
According to Todd J. Olmstead, Mashable
“Social Media Day is a day to celebrate the ways in which social media has changed our lives for the better. It’s also a
celebration of people — you, the people who make social media so fun, useful, informative, and enlightening.
Last year, hundreds of meetups involving thousands of people took place across the globe. Diverse locations such as Morocco, the Philippines and Sri Lanka hosted some of the most well-attended events, while eight cities and two states here in the U.S. officially declared June 30 as Social Media Day.”
**Don’t forget to be the first in your professional network to initiate a Social Media Day 2013 proclamation in your city**
Comments welcome: What are your plans for SMday 2013 personally and professionally? Let’s share ideas together! ________________________________________________________________________________________
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