Are you wondering how to start a podcast, but feeling overwhelmed with all of the tech and the steps? We talked with podcasters in Houston for their tips. https://twitter.com/kamichat/status/961935897242587136 Podcasting has picked up steam since 2014. According to Edison Research, 67 million Americans listened to a podcast each month last year. It is safe to say these numbers will increase. Though it is smart to start your own website that has a blog and venture out into video, you will have difficulty standing out from your competition. According to read more...
Social Media Breakfast Houston
The Social Media Breakfast Houston is a grass-roots organization of professionals in the greater Houston area who meet monthly, on the second Friday at 8:30am, to discuss social media and its application to business. Currently we are meeting online. You can find more information about upcoming events on our Facebook Page.
Search our past events with keywords, we have probably answered your questions about social media. You can immediately jump to the parts of the videos that answer your questions.
From its first meeting in May 2009, where about 25 people attended, to its nearly 100 attendees today. It has grown as a truly collaborative community effort. It is part of a larger movement of similar social media breakfasts, which can now be found in 40 cities around the world.
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We invited Joey Guerra, Music Critic and Pop Culture Writer, Houston Chronicle; Scylla Lopez, Social Media Producer, KTRK-TV; and, Natalie Harms, Associate Editor Houston Business Journal, and blogger at "It's Not Hou It's Me" to share with us how social media has changed journalism. https://twitter.com/chevd80/status/928996163214290944 Social Media Helps Keep Journalists On read more...
Twitter is growing quickly, and with over 300 million active users it can be difficult to find a community you can connect with on the social media platform. This is where Twitter Chat comes in, a tool that makes it easy to connect with like-minded individuals over an array of subjects ranging from technology to fashion. Houston Social Media Breakfast invited three experts in the field of Twitter Chats to come speak about what they are, how to join one, and how to start one yourself. Great stuff being shared at read more...
Instagram is quickly becoming one of the premier social networks for both brands and individuals. This is even more true thanks to recent developments by the Instagram team, which include offering business profiles, added analytics, and opening up advertising. They also added a story feature, and most recently, live video. We brought in an Instagram expert at the Social Media Breakfast of Houston to discuss how to build a relevant following on the platform, regardless of whether you represent a brand or as an individual. Not only does Jillian read more...
Fake news is a term many were unfamiliar with just a year ago, but one that has had significant impact on the American political arena. Fake news is any news published with the intent of misguiding potential readers with false information. Fake news can be published from an entity with the intent to misguide for political purposes, or can be created in order to make a monetary gain based on click advertisements. Already feeling overwhelmed by #fakenews and social media in 2017? @JulieMarieIrvin & Christen will be read more...