Social Media Breakfast Madison

2017 Blogs

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Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Snapchat: A fresh way to reach a young, involved audience

Who says sharing serious information has to be, well, serious? Certainly not Gina Nerone or Andrew Hahn, who have a lot of fun and sometimes even get downright silly in sharing health and safety information and tips with students at UW-Madison. Their style is, as Andrew puts it, sometimes “campy,” and their tool is the

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

Don’t have a social media policy? You might want to reconsider

If you don’t think your business or organization needs a social media policy, you’ll probably want to reconsider after hearing the case made by Brad Cebulski and Brandon Lemke from BConnected. “In our opinion, people need direction,”...

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

The key to successful crisis communications: Be prepared!

If there is just one message to take away from Wednesday’s Social Media Breakfast presentation on Crisis Communications it could be summed up in two words: Be prepared!

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

Doesn’t share well with others: Copyright on the Internet

“Copyright is protection of an expression of an idea. It’s not the idea itself; it’s the expression of it.” “Copyright is in the constitution. It’s actually a constitutional right.” And when it comes to the internet, copyright...