- — Matthew J. Adams (@mtthwjdms)Fri, Jan 31 2014 19:55:525 minutes until #strategycar. Everyone use the bathroom before we leave ‘cause we’re not stoppin’ for nuthin’. Who’s got the tunes?
- Q1. How would you define a "social media advocate?"
- — Allie Morse (@allieemorse)Fri, Jan 31 2014 20:06:02
- — Ma'ayan Plaut (@plautmaayan)Fri, Jan 31 2014 20:07:07A1 Social media advocate = someone who is supportive (with voice/action) of social media even if they don't fully understand. #strategycar
- — Jen Doak-Mathewson (@jpdoak)Fri, Jan 31 2014 20:07:23A1. Someone who speaks up for social as part of broader comms/mktg campaigns & trains others to use it effectively. #strategycar
- — Tim Senft (@itmeanzmustard)Fri, Jan 31 2014 20:08:04A1: someone who works within their org to use social media effectively, define clear goals, and get people excited. #strategycar
- — TimNekritz (@TimNekritz)Fri, Jan 31 2014 20:09:36A1. I'd call a social media brand advocate somebody who supports your brand regularly by sharing, posting positively, etc. #strategycar
- — Jen Doak-Mathewson (@jpdoak)Fri, Jan 31 2014 20:11:18A1b. Those who share your stuff with excitement, create & share org lore/know-how, embody best qualities of your community. #strategycar
- Q2. Do you/will you soon have a formalized social media advocate initiative? Why? Why not?
- — TimNekritz (@TimNekritz)Fri, Jan 31 2014 20:11:26A2. Formulating (mainly in my head) strategy/program 4 social media advocates. need more institutional partners to make formal. #strategycar
- — TimNekritz (@TimNekritz)Fri, Jan 31 2014 20:12:48
- — Ma'ayan Plaut (@plautmaayan)Fri, Jan 31 2014 20:13:11A2 Yes and no. Yes, in that advocates are a thing we think about. No, in that it's not limited to social media, but content. #strategycar
#strategycar: Social advocacy programs
January 30, 2014 with Matthew Adams
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