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Chamber Seminar: New Media Essentials for B2B
Join us for our Chamber Seminar: New Media Essentials for B2B Success
Presented by Suzanne McDonald | President | Chief Content Strategist | Designated Editor
- Learn how LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+ Google Analytics, and blogging platforms can connect you with key stakeholders.
- Find out how B2Bs can leverage YouTube, Facebook, QR codes, and Pinterest.
- Discover which tools and strategies will boost efficiency while remaining effective.
- B2Cs are welcome, too.
Suzanne McDonald leapt from The Boston Globe into new media circa 2008. Drawing on 15 years’ daily newspaper experience and a Master’s in Mass Communications, Suzanne speaks plainly on creating and sustaining online conversations. Suzanne’s ongoing work includes: Developing the curriculum for and teaching Social Media Strategies at the University of Rhode Island. Programming and launched Newport Interactive Marketers, gathering nearly 1,000 new media and marketing pros for networking and learning over the past 18 months. Serving clients worldwide: Designated Editor ideates and implements engaging interactions via blogs, websites, and social media.
|Where||Newport County Chamber of Commerce 35 Valley Rd, Middletown, RI 02842|
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|Time||8:30 am–9:30 am|
More About Newport County Chamber of Commerce
Serving Newport, Middletown, Portsmouth, Tiverton, Jamestown and Little Compton, the Newport County Chamber of Commerce helps promote tourism, business, civic, economic vitality and new economic initiatives to benefit the local business climate. The chamber has more than 1,200 member companies employing more than 10,000 workers throughout Newport County and greater Rhode Island.
Tourists and visitors can stop by the chamber or visit its comprehensive Web site for guidance on Newport's many attractions, lodging, dining, shopping, leisure activities and more. Local businesses can take advantage of various programs, economic research, regular meetings, local job listings, referrals, networking, and special events to help promote, sustain and grow their own businesses.
Additionally, the chamber sponsors the Newport County Community Fund to assist local non-profit organizations annually. In 2010, the Potter League for Animals in Middletown was one such recipient.
For more information and complete programming services, please visit its Web site.