Social Media Strategies Dinner on March 2

Central Illinois PRSA Chapter presents… There are good days and bad days:  How social media and web analytics are used by a public university to inform reputation management strategies and tactics.

On Wednesday, March 2, 2016 at 6:00 p.m., PR professionals from throughout Central Illinois will come together in Bloomington, IL to hear from social media experts. The cost for the program is $30 for members of PRSA and students or $35 for non-members. A buffet dinner will be provided during the event and parking will be free. The event will be held at the ISU Alumni Center (1101 N. Main St., Normal, IL 61761).

If you are interested in attending, email Chris Stroisch at by February 26. You can also learn more on the Facebook event page or by downloading the event flyer: PRSA March 2016 Meeting

More details about the event:  Social media has played an important role, creating both good days and bad days for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign this past year. The March Central Illinois PRSA chapter meeting will feature a panel to discuss many ways social media and web analytics have been used to shape the university’s response to crises and to engage external publics.

The panel will feature Joe Yun, leader of social media analytics for Technology Services at the university, and Nate Hartmann, chief creative strategist for Yellow Box. Yun leads the team that collects and analyzes social media content that mentions the university and social media content produced by university employees. Hartmann worked as a consultant for the university, and has extensive expertise in combining earned, social and paid media in campaigns.

The panel will be moderated by John G. Wirtz, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Public Relations in the Charles H. Sandage Department of Advertising at the University of Illinois.

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