Social Media 101: Why continuing education needs to get on board

Wed, Jul 17,2013 @ 10:10 AM
by Kathryn Lynch-Morin |

Suzanne KartIf you're feeling overwhelmed trying to keep up with the umpteen social networks, photo-sharing sites and Internet-based communities, you're not alone.

Still, if you haven't already, you need to get your program on board, at least with the most popular sites. Facebook alone has more than 1 billion active monthly users — some of whom are just waiting to engage and interact with a program just like yours. 

At the LERN Conference, Nov. 21-23 in San Francisco, Suzanne Kart will teach attendees what sites matter and where to start with your social media strategy.

She'll also help you determine what to post to best market your program. 

Kart, Associate Vice President of LERN, is one of the nation's leading experts on social networks and generational communication for lifelong learning. With more than 18 years of experience in the marketing and communications fields, Kart has had to keep up with the ever-changing demands of consumers, including the latest change that calls for more and more social media interaction.

At the LERN Conference in San Francisco, Kart also will give presentations on new Twitter ideas, the best promotion strategies of the year and more. 

If you attend her sessions, you'll return to work with social media strategies that get results. 

Download the final  2013 LERN Annual Conference brochure



Tiny House Movement Offers Big Potential For Programming
Kathryn Lynch-Morin
The 8-Step Guide to Building a Standard Operating Procedure Manual
Greg Marsello
More Evidence for the Print Brochure
Julie Coates
Do Yoga, Do Good: How One Program Combined Yoga Classes and Charitable Giving
Kathryn Lynch-Morin
More than half of registrations now coming in online