Whether you're a beginner with social networking tools or an advanced user, Social Information Group offers workshops and presentations that can help you be more effective with leveraging these tools for information and knowledge sharing, marketing and connecting.
The following workshops and presentations are just a few examples of the types of topics and tools we cover. We customize any offering to your needs.
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The Social Landscape: the rise and use of Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and virtual worlds
This session provides an overview of social networking tools. We look at a brief history of these tools and the distinguishing characteristics and usage of the top tools. We also look at how businesses, libraries and individuals are using these tools to innovatively share information and market their services.
Using Social Media in the Organization
This session looks more closely at the use of social media tools to effectively share information inside and outside of the organization. We also provide you examples of how you can immediately start using these tools to market information services within an organization. This session can be customized toward any type of organization: businesses, non-profits, universities, etc.
Using Social Media for Competitive and Company Research
Traditional tools for competitive and company information can be complemented by the effective use of social media sources, such as blogs, user reviews, Twitter feeds and social networking groups. This hands-on workshop will help you to think differently about these tools as competitive and company information sources and will help you mine these sources effectively.
"Social crash course" workshops are also available for specific tools, such as Google +, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. See more examples on SlideShare.
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