Want to Present at a Social Media Day Halifax?
Social Media Day Halifax 2019 takes place Friday, June 21st at Cineplex Scotiabank Theatre Halifax in Bayer’s Lake.
Expectations of sessions at Social Media Day Halifax:
- Presentations will be practical, interactive training sessions. Attendees will receive actionable information.
- Presenters are experienced trainers and speakers, as well as subject matter experts.
- Sessions will be identified as being for beginner, intermediate, advanced, or everyone.
- Presenters are highly encouraged to provide links to downloadable supporting materials.
This year, we’re recruiting presenters for fifteen 45-minute presentations.
- creating/implementing a content strategy
- building a social media strategy
- video production from your iPhone
- Instagram posting tactics
- ideas that make better IG and FB stories
- user generated content
- how to build a following
- Facebook ads
- measuring your success on social media
- list building
- blogging for a business
- brand storytelling
- dealing with crisis or cranky customers on social media
- automation: pros and cons
- using the right networks for your audience
- using LinkedIn for prospecting
- algorithms and how they work
- Google analytics
- building a funnel to sell a digital product
To be considered as a presenter for Social Media Day Halifax 2018, you need to:
- be an excellent communicator,
- have demonstrated social media marketing expertise,
- have a proven track record of providing excellent training at other events, and
- be willing to promote the conference on your social media feeds and via email to your contact list.
Please submit your request using the form below by April 30, 2019. Social Media Day Halifax organizers will respond to all requests by May 21, 2019. If we see a good fit, one of the organizers will contact you to discuss next steps.
Proposals for panel discussions and other collaborations are welcome.
Please send questions using the form in the footer of this page.
Thank you for your interest! Please note, however, that we expect to receive more requests than we can accept.