Social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Foursquare, and Google Plus have forever changed the way we communicate, connect, and consume information.
Social Media Tulsa, the area’s most active social media group, has rapidly become the place for thought leaders and newbies alike to share social media’s best practices while going beyond the technology.
Homeless Advocate, Mark Horvath joined the lineup to to share how Invisiblepeople.tv uses social media on his quest to end homelessness.
#SMTulsa founder, Cheryl Lawson, began by getting attendees acquainted with the nuances of social networks and help them to begin to create a strategy, pick which sites work best, and how to best manage the time investment.
PR and Communications specialist, Mandy Vavrinak then demonstrated the importance of creating content for a brand/project.
Web Designer, Carlos Moreno took attendees from zero to sixty, using WordPress to run a website: From installing WordPress and installing a theme to creating pages and posts.
Judi Grove was in full pink tutu to share the many events and dates of the “Turn Tulsa Pink” campaign.
Photographer, Captured Charms was on hand to captured it all.
Special thanks to Tulsa Tech for hosting the Summit!