2016 Best Practices for Youth Conference
Tenelle Bailey is an Entrepreneur and Social Media and Marketing Consultant with a BS and MS in Fashion Design, a MPS in Fashion Marketing and over a decade of experience in the retail and fashion industry. Tenelle is currently the Creative Services Director at B.R.A.N.D.E.D a social media marketing firm, that consults as well as represents small businesses, nonprofits and entrepreneurs with everything from social media marketing to press outreach.
In addition, she is the Creative Director/Editor-in Chief of an online fashion company, Dose of Vitamin F, which showcases unique and creative doses of fashion, trend news and accessories through a blog and boutique.
Tenelle has supported and developed content around social issues and awareness through her work as a Design Consultant for The SISGI Beyond Good Ideas Foundation. She also has led trainings on introduction to social media and social media marketing for nonprofits and national service programs across the country.
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1pm Eastern, 10am Pacific
There are so many social media platforms that it can be overwhelming where to start and how to begin to create content and awareness with online networks. In this hands on workshop Tenelle will share best practices to build multiplatform campaigns for your program and to connect with followers and supporters through social media. She will share free resources for developing images and memes formatted for Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook. Tenelle will show you how to turn program data into easy to share infographics and charts that allow others to quickly understand your impact and work. She also will discuss strategies to connect to your audience with Google+ Hangouts, Periscope, YouTube and blogs and how to use your partners, volunteers and staff to build your social media activity. You don’t have to be a tech guru or even have any experience to leave this workshop empowered to use social media for your program. All you need is a laptop, an internet connection and a willingness to learn and try, in this interactive session.
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