On September 21st I have the distinct pleasure of moderating the Social Networking Strategies meeting for the Wisconsin Publishers’ Production Club (WPPC). The meeting will be held at the Country Springs Hotel in Pewaukee, and I would love to see as many of my Southeastern Wisconsin printing and social media friends as possible.
This year I joined the WPPC board as a volunteer in order to give back to an industry and community that has been so good to me over the years. WPPC is an organization of peers, dedicated to providing a forum for education and opportunities for networking within the printing, publishing and design communities.
The September 21st meeting is going to be a powerhouse.
I have the privilege to moderate a panel of local experts that represent printing, publishing and design.
Daryl Hively, VP of Interactive Advertising, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Daryl will discuss the evolution of Digital and it’s uses at MJS. He will present examples of digital services, software and products used internally at MJS, and may also present one or two general product examples sold to their local clients.
Matt Kammerait, Social Media and Marketing at Quad/Graphics “Closing the Loop on Social Media ROI: The Incomplete Puzzle” Matt will reveal strategies for social media lead generation and business development, and tying social media in to existing business processes.
Cynthia Thomas, Partner/XD at Translator “The Experiential Design mind frame of getting social media and community done” Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. Blogs. Communities. There’s so much to digest and understand. How do we successfully navigate the myriad of ways to engage? Cynthia will discuss ways to think of engagement from an experience standpoint, rather than a line item in our marketing plans.
Kevin Waldvogel, Print Specialist at Image Systems “Starting Small: The way Consolidated Graphics uses LinkedIn Groups” Kevin will also discuss the do’s and don’ts in a group environment.
If you pre-register the meeting cost is only $40 and includes a sit-down lunch. The meeting runs from 8:30am to about 2:00pm. I sure hope to see you at Social Networking Strategies.