LONDON, January 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Join industry experts - including a Forbes Top 20 Social Media Power Influencer - in this exclusive online event
Social Media is one of the most vital areas for any business to understand, engage in, and monitor in today's digitally-driven society. To empower businesses to kick-start their social media strategies for 2015, Sendible - a leading social media management solution provider - will bring together key industry experts from the world of Social Media and Marketing for a live online discussion, focusing on the Future of Social Media for Business. This free event will be held Feb. 5.
Topics covered will include:
-The Future of Social Media Selling
-Customer Service and Retention
-Why Social Media is an integral part of any business
We will discuss how businesses can gain a competitive edge by establishing a multi-level social media strategy which incorporates input and participation from multiple departments and positions. We will also examine the importance of, and strategy for, achieving a holistic, real time visibility for your social media and online presence.
This is an essential online event for business leaders, marketers, salespeople, customer service representatives, and agencies that manage social media to attend. The event will provide valuable insights for journalists and bloggers on what will be 'hot' in social media through 2015 and beyond.
Industry Expert Panelists include:
- Lilach Bullock, CEO, Communications Axis
- Meredith Gringer, Principal, Precision Strategies
- Luke Brynley-Jones, Founder & CEO, Our Social Times
- Ian Anderson Gray, Founder, CEO, Seriously Social (iag.me)
- Deirdre Breakenridge, Chief Executive Officer, Pure Performance Communications
- Gavin Hammar, Founder & CEO, Sendible
Lilach Bullock, one of Forbes Top 20 Social Media Power Influencers and a panelist at the event, commented:
"Many brands are aware that they need to be delivering ROI from their social media activities, but aren't sure what or how to measure. After extensive debate and discussion, 2015 will see Social Media ROI come of age. It's true that brands no longer simply "do social media", but they seem obsessed with only volume metrics (e.g. Likes, RTs, mentions, reach). They should also be measuring business impact - how much traffic was driven to a site or landing page, for example, would indicate a more tangible and direct value from social media activity. As such, we will start to see much more investment in time, tools and resource for measuring, analysing and using the results to improve and generate a true ROI from our social media marketing activities."
Register to attend at: http://www.sendible.com/events/FSMB2015
Contact: Luke Knight
SOURCE Sendible Ltd.