The competitive landscape for marketing in Hawaii has changed. Recognizing this, attendees from a broad spectrum of industries in Hawaii came to the Hawaii Social Media Summit to learn more about social media marketing.
The beautiful open-air Hawaii Convention Center made a lovely backdrop to the aloha spirit at the conference.
My presentation was aimed at business owners considering a transition from traditional marketing to holistic marketing integrated with social media. A big mahalo to the attendees for your kind comments.
Here is the slideshow I used with my presentation. Although, there is a message on this presentation frame saying “view on slideshare, you can see these slides right here by clicking on the arrows at the bottom of the show.
Neenz Faleafine made an excellent presentation on community engagement.
I don’t have a video of Neenz’s actual presentation but I interviewed her in September to get her four C’S of community engagement.
It was good to see Mari Smith again.
Hawaii Social Media Summit was a great place to meet people IRL (in real life) that I have only known on-line up to now.
The day following the Hawaii Social Media Summit, Social Media Club Hawaii held an event with Mari Smith on Relationship Marketing, focused on Facebook. The event was hosted by Roxanne Darling’s company Barefoot Studios and sponsored by several professional members of the Social Media Club pictured here with Mari.
There were more opportunities for photos at the Mari Smith event and professional photographer kindly created new head shots for Tara Coomans and Laura Kinoshita:
For more about the conference and the event the next day, please see my pre-conference post.
All photos by Ray Gordon with the exception of the two that he is in. Photos can also be found on this Hawaii Social Media Summit Flickr Album.
I would love to hear about your Hawaii Social Media Summit experience.