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Sep 2015
September 21, 2015
WEBINAR: Social Media in Marketing - The Dos and Don'ts

| Hosted By: The Knowledge Group

Social media continues to shift and shape the way businesses market themselves. To help clarify regulatory requirements and share best practices for social media in marketing, this webinar is being presented on Monday, Sept. 21, Noon-2:00 PM EST. The webcast will focus on a variety of key points regarding the practical implications of social media for marketers including:
  • Social media policies and regulatory issues
  • Major challenges in social media
  • The dos and don’ts of social media
  • Social media and corporate identity
  • Reputation management
  • Empowering employees with social media
  • Monitoring platforms and metric analysis
  • Best practices and strategies for using social media in retail marketing
  • Compliance programs and risk mitigation
  • Potential sanctions and liabilities
  • Janet Ramsey, Partner, Warner Norcross & Judd LLP
  • Margo Wolf O'Donnell, Shareholder, Vedder Price
  • Steven M. Weinberg, Partner, Holmes Weinberg PC 

The webcast is produced by The Knowledge Group. The first 30 registrations are available at no cost, courtesy of Warner Norcross & Judd. After the first 30 registrants, the fee is $25 each or $49 if a certificate of completion is needed for CLE/CPE/CE credit. Use this link for discounted registration.

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