The Wrong Way to Right

The Wrong Way to Right

On March 2nd at Social Media Club KC I’ll elaborate on what this means exactly. After this session you’ll be able to:

  • Create a checklist for evaluating your creative ideas
  • See examples of content that succeeded by doing it wrong
  • Convince colleagues that rule bending is more than being rebellious, it’s key to capturing attention

See you then. Until then, if you have ideas on this, let us know @nativedigital_

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Can You Hear Me Now? Three Ways to Craft an Unmistakable Voice

Can You Hear Me Now? Three Ways to Craft an Unmistakable Voice

Why do we like, follow, and share? More to the point, what do you need to turn someone out there into your follower, fan, and brand advocate? Read more about Unmistakable Voice from Greta Perel, PhD who will present this & more at February's SMCKC breakfast. 

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What’s Ahead for Social Media Club Kansas City?

What’s Ahead for Social Media Club Kansas City?

It has been an incredible 12 months since I took office as President of SMCKC. Our club owes this success to you—our members—for your involvement, engagement and support of Social Media Club Kansas City. You are the reason we continue to grow and thrive!

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Ignition III: Put Your Social Smarts to Good Use

Ignition III: Put Your Social Smarts to Good Use

At our first Ignition event, one of our non-profits was the W.E.B. DuBois Learning Center, which provides tutoring & enrichment services for students and adults. Two representatives of the organization were at Ignition to help their team craft a social strategy for the center. After the event, they sent us this feedback from the day:

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Twitter drops the ban hammer, and Facebook ‘fesses up

Twitter drops the ban hammer, and Facebook ‘fesses up

A crisis of conscience seems to be sweeping through Silicon Valley since the Presidential Election this month. Its reaction that can best be described as “Wait? Our actions may have real world consequences? And what people read on our sites will impact their opinions? Who knew?”*

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