7th Social Media Day: Let's Rethink Social Media University of Massachusetts Boston

Within one year Social Media has changed tremendously. The old approaches don’t seem to work anymore, new ways of engagement arise constantly, and Facebook made big announcements to change its algorithm beginning this year.

It’s time to rethink your social media strategy

  • Which social media approaches will still generate results in 2018?
  • Learn new engagement tactics for your social media strategy
  • How to create vivid communities in social media

If you want to know more, do not miss the 7th Social Media Day at UMass Boston. Join us for an innovative conference experience featuring inspiring keynote speakers and multiple interactive break-out sessions. Meet and learn from our keynote speakers below:

Werner Kunz (@WerKunz)
Social Media Scientist and Professor of Marketing at UMass Boston

Misha Katz (@MishaKatz)
Digital Marketing and Business Consultant

Jody Krasner Gladstein (@jkgsocialmedia)
Digital Marketing Manager and Social Media Coach

Julia Campbell (@JuliaCSocial)
Author “Storytelling in the Digital Age?”

Elizabeth Carr (@EJordanCarr)
Chapter director at Back on my Feet boston

Angela Pitter (@angelapitter)
Founder and CEO of LiveWire Collaborative

… and many more experts!

Past speakers @GeorginaCannie @Jason_Muth @ammamarfo   @BrianMahony  @ChelseaLikeNY @ValaAfshar @Amanda_Healy @stonetemple @PrinceKimathi

Please stay tuned and like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and use our hashtag (#UMBSocial). Please help us get the word out and promote the Social Media Day in your channels and circles!

Contact us today with any questions. If you are interested in collaboration with the Social Media Days, please contact me regarding sponsorship opportunities.

We hope to see you at the Social Media Day on May 16th.

Werner Kunz & The Social Media Days Team

Hosts: @umbsocial @WerKunz
Speakers: @MishaKatz @jkgsocialmedia @JuliaCSocial @EJordanCarr @angelapitter @EA_Clark
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