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Integrated Marketing Boot Camp: Ocean City
Join Integrated Marketing guru Nic Hills for a full day of hands on training. Trade taking notes for following along step by step on your laptop as you learn practical how to’s for: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Blogging, Email Marketing and more. This Boot Camp is for beginners as well as those looking to grow already successful channels.
In one information-packed day, this hands-on workshop will show you how to create an effective intergated marketing campaign that gets the bottom-line results you’re looking for. You’ll learn the fundamentals to developing professional social media channels and email marketing that complement traditional marketing efforts, support your organization’s goals, and strengthen your customer relationships. Nic Hills will demonstrate how to apply what you are learning, while you follow along in your own account and answer any questions you have. You will learn to build a social media strategy and I’ll point the strengths and weaknesses of what you’re currently doing – all to help make sure that when you leave this intensive one day training you will no longer have questions about WHY or WHAT you’re doing when it comes to marketing. Read more »
Facebook officially confirmed months of rumors today and announced that hashtags will be both clickable and searchable.
Starting today, hashtags will be clickable on Facebook. Similar to other services like Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, or Pinterest, hashtags on Facebook allow you to add context to a post or indicate that it is part of a larger discussion. When you click on a hashtag in Facebook, you’ll see a feed of what other people and Pages are saying about that event or topic.
Now you can:
• Search for a specific hashtag from your search bar. For example, #NBAFinals.
• Click on hashtags that originate on other services, such as Instagram.
• Compose posts directly from the hashtag feed and search results.
As always, you control the audience for your posts, including those with hashtags.
Greg Lindley – Facebook
Mobile Apps will NOT support the hashtag feeds as of now, although you are able to place a #hashtag phrase in your posts. The feature is already active on the desktop site and all users can expect full functionality over the next few weeks.