Social Media Breakfast Madison

2017 Blogs


Monday, November 20th, 2017

LIVE Nonprofit Social Media Audit

Find out where your audience is, use video and repurpose content. These were only a few of the many great takeaways from the expert panel at this month’s Social Media Breakfast held at 100 State. During the live social media audit of local nonprofits—REAP Food Group and Monroe Street Arts Center—digital marketing experts Jess Bahr,

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

LinkedIn for Business and Lead Generation

“It’s all about building relationships and starting conversations.” That’s what LinkedIn trainer and coach Cathy Yerges told attendees at October’s Social Media Breakfast at Madison’s Turner Hall. Cathy discussed the importance of LinkedIn company pages, as well...

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017

Using Social Media in a Heavily Compliant Industry

If you’re not excited about compliance, you should be. That’s what social media expert Renola Swoboda of Great Lakes Higher Education told attendees at Wednesday’s Social Media Breakfast, held at the beautiful Yahara Bay Distillers. When you...

Friday, August 25th, 2017

How Should I Be Using Analytics?

Attendees at Wednesday’s Social Media Breakfast munched on pizza and drank coffee at Brix & Mortar Coworking  – Madison’s newest coworking space. Wednesday’s event was one of a series of events being held across the city during...

Friday, July 21st, 2017

Networking and Social Media Q&A

The tables were turned at Wednesday’s Social Media Breakfast, held at Madison Radisson. Instead of a lone presenter, this month’s set up offered attendees – sitting at tables of 8-10 – the opportunity to collaborate, answer questions...

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

LIVE Social Media Audit: THE JILLS OF ALL TRADES and J. Henry & Sons

Thanks to a panel of local experts, two small businesses have a few more tools and strategies to help greatly expand their reach, engagement and overall social media programs.

Friday, May 19th, 2017

How to build an inbound & content marketing machine without blowing your budget

Hubspot expert George B. Thomas, not to be confused with mathematician George B. Thomas, kicked off Wednesday’s Social Media Breakfast with a jam session, wowing the crowd with his beatboxing skills. George is a self-described “inbound Jedi”...

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...

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!

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