Social media has transformed the way businesses operates and the way everyday people conduct their day. Its also showing no sign of slowing down in popularity and usage. In fact 1 out of 3 people in the United States — more than 128 million — visit Facebook every day according to the latest figures released in August 2013 by Facebook. Small businesses need to make sure they have a dedicated position to work on social media marketing efforts in order to take advantage of the fact social media is helping to forge a new era in business transparency and engagement.
This Sunday, June 30th, 2013 is Social Media Day in San Diego and to celebrate there will be a FREE networking and education event taking place at the San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina and Marina Kitchen. To attend this event you should RSVP on the events official website Social Media Day San Diego.
Social Media Day is an international day that celebrates the revolution of social media and the digital era as it heavily impacts our day to day lives. Whether you’re new to social media, a marketing professional or any type of user in between you’ll be sure to enjoy this event. Attendees will be exposed and informed with the ways social media can benefit ourselves and others.
The event in it’s fourth year will be presented by Petco and will be hosted by local San Diego social media professionals Tyler Anderson and Rob Marlbrough. Below you can watch a video of their appearance on U-T TV discussing Social Media Day San Diego.
What & Who else to expect at Social Media Day San Diego:
- Educational track session w/ Facebook Marketing Expert; Mari Smith and Social Media Expert Amy Porterfield
- Local San Diego social media business teams from Petco, Qualcomm and U-T TV
- Networking mixer @ 4:00 pm in the Marina Kitchen
- plus more!
Thanks can be attributed to these parties as well as many others. So what are you waiting for RSVP for Social Media Day San Diego and see how social media has changed our lives and learn how we use it to interact and engage with others.
- This article was originally submitted to my Social Media Examiner profile.