Writing for engagement: tips and best practices (video presentation)

I had the opportunity to speak at the RHED Pixel annual Open House last week on best practices for effective social media updates, and wanted to share the video with you today.

I enjoy this event because the speakers are terrific, it’s informal and interactive, and free!  So mark your calendars for the Open House next year.

Thanks so much to Richard Harrington for inviting me to present and to Adam Martray and the terrific RHED Pixel team for coordinating and taping the event (which featured a lot of other speakers, including Richard Harrington).

If you didn’t have a chance to go (the room was packed!) or watch the presentations live on UStream, I’ll share the link to those recorded presentations when they become available online.  Meanwhile, the folks at RHED Pixel have generously shared the video of my presentation and if you have the time, check it out.  I’m sharing tips for marketing your business, nonprofit, association or govt. agency with blogs, Facebook Pages, Twitter profiles, YouTube and more.

These are my highly subjective opinions about what has worked for me and what I have observed.  If you concur, or you believe differently, or have tips to share, please leave a comment.  I would love to hear your views.

For more creative and affordable marketing tips, please subscribe to the Fletcher Prince blog http://fletcher-prince.com/blog

Presentation recorded October 25, 2011 in front of a live audience at RHED Pixel, Falls Church, Virginia.

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About Mary Fletcher Jones

Mary Fletcher Jones is a public relations and marketing consultant, and owns Fletcher Prince (www.FletcherPrince.com). Follow Mary on Twitter @FletcherPrince.

Posted on November 1, 2011, in Blogging Tips, Facebook Tips, Social Media Tips, Twitter Tips, Video, YouTube Video Tips and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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