You know how to tweet. You know what a Facebook Page is. You know all the different social media platforms and what they do. You're active in the Calgary social media community. You attend many of the social media events... but now what? What are the next steps beyond the foundational how-to sessions? nextstepYYC.
nextstepYYC is a discussion group intended for established social media professionals in Calgary who are seeking a safe space to talk about online engagement and social media in more detail. Topics may include strategy, policies, approaches, opinions, statistics, trends and best practice. Participants must be willing and able to discuss their ideas freely, share their challenges, celebrate their successes and debate opinions respectfully. An understanding of the foundational principles and industry terms is required to maintain thoughtful, quality conversations.
Just learning about social media? A presentation outlet for the general public will be coming soon! Please check out other fantastic social media Meetups in Calgary to learn your social media basics, such as Third Tuesday and Social Media Breakfast.
Membership is based on application and approval to maintain a small, efficient working group. Want in? Get a member to recommend you!
nextstepYYC is brought to you by Frontstep Communications and the hunger of Calgary social media professionals!
New members must be approved by the Organizer
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