There is a new film being released this month that is attempting to peel back the layers of some of these harder realities we face with our loved ones in the digital age. It's called MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN and SMCSTL members have been invited to a special advance screening!
“Many organizations don’t know where to start and feel overwhelmed by the many social networks out there,” said Erin Moloney, President of SMCSTL and Director of Digital and Social Media Marketing at St. Louis-based technology consulting firm, Perficient, Inc. “We see a lot of compelling things being done by community organizations using social media. We wanted to bring those people together to tell their stories and offer tips and guidance to St. Louis non-profit marketers and leaders.”
At the half-day conference, local leaders will present their experiences and discuss how non-profit organizations can most effectively harness the power of social media in their marketing efforts.
We'd like to tell you all about Travis Sheridan (@TravisSheridan) who will also be speaking on February 6th at our #STLSocialGood half-day conference. Travis spends his days working with startups as assistance vice president of innovation & entrepreneurship at the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership. He has used social media to foster and deepen his St. Louis relationships & will share his content and engagement strategy, which he called the "Messaging Placement," a simplified tactic to ensure effective outreach with limited time and resources.
"Targeted strategies are still proving to be successful but I am not sure how much more digital "begging" may eventually result in crowdfunding fatigue." - Ed Reggi
We're so excited about our featured speakers, we decided to do a blog post a day featuring a profile of each of them so that you can get to know them before you attend.
Today's speaker profile is Ed Reggi. Ed Reggi (@EdReggi) a social innovator, who has utilized social media as part of StayTunedSTL on the Nine Network, will moderate a panel at our event on the 6th.