NRB is launching its inaugural Digital Media Summit for the 2014 NRB International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, TN.
The Digital Media Summit will cover best practice tips for having an effective social media presence using today’s digital media tools. The summit will be an all-day pre-convention event on Friday, February 21, 2014, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and will include two keynote sessions and eight breakout sessions, covering topics such as: “Keys to Fundraising Using Social Media Tools,” “How to Grow Your Audience Through Video,” “Measuring Results with Social Media,” and “Using Social Media to Reach the Next Generation,” among others.
These sessions will be led by representatives of some of today’s most prominent platforms, including Facebook, Google, Instagram, Twitter, and more! A few of the confirmed speakers include:
Katie Harbath Manager for Policy, FACEBOOK
Claire Diaz-Ortiz Social Innovation, TWITTER
Howard Brown Co-Founder and CEO, CIRCLEBUILDER
To register, visit nrbconvention.org/registration. The Digital Media Summit is included with a full NRB Convention registration. Or, if you attend only the one-day Digital Media Summit event, the cost is $275.
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