PR News’ Big 4 Social Media Conference in San Francisco Will Improve Efforts On Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat August 9-10; Early Bird Rate Ends June 30

Monday, 19 June 2017  (3 days ago)
PR News will host the intensive two-day Big 4 Social Media Conference at the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco August 9-10.

San Francisco (PRWEB) June 19, 2017

PR News’ Big 4 Social Media Conference in San Francisco Will Improve Efforts On Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat August 9-10; Early Bird Rate Ends June 30

PR News will host the intensive two-day Big 4 Social Media Conference at the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco August 9-10. Hundreds of communicators from B2B, B2C, nonprofit and government organizations will build a larger following on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat as they share the new rules of SEO, influencer marketing and more. All-Access Passes include the full-day Google for Communicators Boot Camp on August 9. Sessions for both the boot camp and conference include:· 5 Ways You Can Start Using Google Analytics for Your Communications Strategy
· How Communicators Use SEO Tactics to Raise the Search Ranking of their Content
· How to Choose Among Facebook Messenger Day, Instagram and Snapchat Stories
· How to Develop a Snapchat Presence
· How to Launch Successful AdWords Campaigns and Communicate It to Senior Leaders
· How to Make Sure Your Paid Social Strategy is Paying Off
· How to Prepare for the Coming of Age Voice Search
· How to Use Facebook Live to Broadcast Your Brand’s Story
· Influencer Strategies Across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat
· Instagram ROI: Low-Cost Tactics for Visual Storytelling
· Measurement Treasure: The KPIs That Spell Social Success
· Social Listening on Twitter: Translating Analytics into Engagement
· The New Rules of SEO That Communicators Need to Know
· Your Brand On YouTube: Build A Dedicated Following One Video at a Time

23 experts from Yelp, TED Conferences, Microsoft, Everywhere Agency, Google and more will lead the sessions. See all the speakers at http://www.prnewsonline.com/go/2017-pr-news-big-4-social-media-conference/#speakers.

Beyond the sessions on every facet of social media and Google, attendees will also make long-lasting connections with other like-minded professionals through 8 networking opportunities. In addition to this conference, visitors should take in the beautiful sites of San Francisco like the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf and Alcatraz Island.

PR News has a special hotel room block at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco for $329 per night for the nights of August 7 through August 11. This discounted rate expires July 17. Secure your room here.

The All-Access Pass includes both the Google for Communicators Boot Camp August 9 and the Big 4 Social Media Conference August 10. The Early Bird Rate, which saves $700, ends June 30. Save $100 per person when you bring a group of two or more people from your organization. To register or for additional information, visit http://www.prnewsonline.com/go/2017-pr-news-big-4-social-media-conference/.                                                                     

For questions regarding this event email Jessica Placencia at jplacencia(at)accessintel.com. To sponsor this event, contact Amy Jefferies at ajefferies(at)accessintel.com.

The PR News Group is a go-to source that serves the communications and marketing community at corporations, agencies and nonprofits. The PR News Group focuses on honing and growing PR and marketing professionals’ skills in social media, crisis management, digital PR, measurement, employee relations, media training, CSR and writing through its flagship newsletter, webinars, conferences, awards programs, workshops and guidebooks. With the launch of its weekly newsletter over 70 years ago, PR News has remained dedicated to supporting the growth of communicators and marketers all while keeping them abreast of the latest news affecting their industries. For more information, visit http://www.prnewsonline.com

Contact: Jessica Placencia
Marketing Manager
PR News
jplacencia(at)accessintel.com

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