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Clermont County Social Media Bootcamp

42-15732322This week, I had the pleasure of helping a diverse group of 50 people learn how to tap the power of social media. Participants ranged from a county commissioner to an attorney to an admissions coordinator for an elderly care facility.

At the invitation of James R. Sutter of DVP Multimedia Ltd., I participated in the Clermont County Social Media Bootcamp at Live Oaks Career Campus. I shared my experience with creating and implementing a social media strategy at the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services, my employer for more than 15 years.

Other presenters were: 

  • Michelle Beckham Corbin of 3C,  who gave an excellent overview about developing a strategic social media plan and described the basics of platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook;
  • Tim Root of WebEchoes, who showed how you can measure, evaluate and fine-tune your social media efforts using sophisticated analytics and search engine optimization; and
  • Nathan Penny from CTTS,who gave helpful information to people looking to set up Facebook business pages.

Here is a link to my PowerPoint presentation

And a look at  video of 15 minute Q/A session

I hope you find this information helpful as we blaze the social media trail together.

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  1. August 7, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    Mike,

    Thanks for sharing the Bootcamp experience with the readers of your blog. It was my pleasure to work with you on the project. You did an excellent job of showing businesses owners real world application of social media tools by sharing what you do on a daily and weekly basis in your work place.

    Michelle

  2. mikeboehmer57
    August 10, 2009 at 8:26 am

    Thanks, Michelle. It was great to springboard off of what you had just taught the audience. You do a great job of explaining the basics of Twitter, Facabook and the like — and how people can use it strategically for professional or business development.

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