Do you know the value of social media for your business, but struggle with choosing the right platform, content or advertising? Join us for an amazing panel of business owners, each of whom use different social media channels to connect with their customers. Hear how they use social media tools to build their business and create customer loyalty. Take away ideas to implement in your business and get your questions answered during a lively Q&A session.
Social Media Celebrity panelists include:
KimAileen White – Whitestone Personal and Professional Marketing, LLC
KimAileen specializes in helping professionals and businesses through workforce transitions. She is passionate about reducing workplace violence through customized, on-site outplacement support for individuals being removed from companies with and without cause. This work led KimAileen down the path of using critical placement tools, like LinkedIn. She will share with us how she uses LinkedIn to connect with her audience, build her brand and sell her services to the companies that need her most.
You can find KimAileen online. LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter
Jenna Redfield – JennaRedfieldDesigns Branding Photo & Video / Twin Cities Collective / Studio CoWork
Jenna’s business is built around custom brand photograph and video editing services. She keeps extremely busy in the Twin Cities area as the founder of a local collective for bloggers and creatives with more than 7000 members in the Twin Cities area. She recently launched a new podcast called “Conversations with Creatives” to highlight those experts in our region. Jenna will share more with us about how she uses YouTube and video in general to grow her business and connect with clients.
You can find Jenna online. LinkedIn, Facebook. Twitter and YouTube
Kayla Hollatz - http://kaylahollatz.com/
Kayla is a copywriter and a brand strategist who works with creative entrepreneurs and small business owners in visual industries. Her specialties include blog and newsletter creation, ghostwriting and copywriting….for starters. She is highly creative and loves connecting with other entrepreneurs. She recently started a Twitter chat called #createlounge, where she and other creative entrepreneurs are invited to come and connect. Kayla will share with us her expertise on utilizing Instagram to reach new clients and grow her business.
You can find Kayla online. LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram
Amy Jauman, SMS – National Institute for Social Media
Amy is a speaker, professor, and social media strategist who bills herself as “an educator for the business environment.” She focuses on using social media, experiential learning techniques, and online resources to make information meaningful to adult learners in traditional and remote business and educational environments. In 2017, she authored the NISM textbook Comprehensive Field Guide for Social Media Strategists: Master the Six Content Domains of the SMS Exam. Amy has a Master’s Degree in Experiential Education and a Doctorate in Organization Development. In 2013 she became a certified Social Media Strategist (SMS) and Certified Instructor through the National Institute of Social Media (NISM). In March of 2014, Amy was accepted as one of 58 members representing 12 countries in the inaugural class of the Prezi Educator Society. Amy will share with us her expertise in using Facebook groups to grow active and sustaining learning communities.
You can find Amy online. LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook
Jennifer Radke, SMS, Moderator – National Institute for Social Media
Jennifer Radke is a dedicated, passionate and strategic business leader with 15+ years business growth and development roles. She serves as the CEO of the National Institute for Social Media and is the owner and chief strategist at Socially Inspired, a social media training and consulting company. In addition, she is an NISM-certified Social Media Strategist (SMS), serves on the board for Women Entrepreneurs of Minnesota and can be found speaking and presenting to job seekers and businesses alike, on how to better utilize social media in the workplace. Jennifer had a strong dislike for Twitter not more than 5 years ago and today she will attribute 50% of her business leads from that platform.
You can find Jennifer online. LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook
See you at the beautiful Cambria Gallery in Minneapolis!