Event Days: Apr 20, 2017 - Apr 20, 2017, Starts at: 3:00 PM - Ends at: 5:00 PM
With 1.5 billion Facebook users, 320 million active Twitter accounts, 80 million daily Instagram photo uploads, and countless digital sites—social media is the best means ever invented to grow both your personal reputation as well as that of your organization. During this session, Spencer Smith of Spencer X. Smith Consulting in Madison, Wisconsin will share what works for both himself and his clients around the country. In this session, Spencer will:
- Identify which social platforms make sense for your organization
- Describe how you should spend your time online
- Discuss the types of content you should be utilizing
- Demonstrate which analytics are important and which to ignore
- Present Spencer’s Personal Branding Power Hour to skyrocket your organization’s reputation
Spencer Smith is the founder of Spencer X. Smith Consulting, a faculty member for the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Business of Law Conferences, and an instructor at the University of Wisconsin, where he teaches classes on Social Media Marketing & Strategy. He specializes in providing actionable social media training to enhance business development activities, and only teaches what he’s first proven to work for himself.
Spencer has been called a “Digital Marketing Expert” by Forbes, and has been featured and quoted in Money Magazine, Entrepreneur, Inc. Magazine, Law.com and dozens of other publications. He’s also a regular contributor to InBusiness Magazine, The Huffington Post, Law Journal Newsletters and the American Bar Association.
WCPE Members receive $5 off the price listed above. Members should enter the following discount code: MEMBER for this pricing.
Register on or before April 19 to ensure you have a spot in this session.
WCPE will refund registration fee less a $25 administrative fee for any participant who cancels registration by April 19, 2017. No refunds can be extended after that date; however, registrations are fully transferable at any time prior to the date.