Southeast Community College Announces Social Media Bootcamp August 27th

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Get the chance to improve your social media skills with experts.

On August 27th 2013, Southeast Community College will host a Social Media Bootcamp at their continuing education center. The class is from 8:30-4:30 with a break for lunch and costs $209. This class will give attendees a greater depth of understanding on how to utilize social media to promote their businesses and themselves. By the end of the class students will have an understanding of how to gauge the success of their social media efforts, what are the best practices, what has been proven to increase social media ROI, content that they can implement right away along with a full social media marketing plan.

The presenters at the bootcamp will be Adi Kunalic of Hurrdat Marketing, Steve Maly of Maly Marketing and Diane Siefkes of SCC. Each presenter brings a wealth of knowledge about social media marketing as well as unique viewpoints they’ve gained through their experiences with digital marketing.

Steve Maly is the founder and Chief Activist at Maly Marketing. Maly Marketing is a Lincoln, NE based digital marketing agency. Steve has extensive experience in both traditional and digital marketing as well as video production. He has partnered with SCC several times to help people get a greater understanding of social media and the role it plays in today’s marketing mix for businesses large and small.

Adi Kunalic is the CEO and co-founder of Hurrdat a small digital marketing agency specializing in social media strategy, design and development. In his spare time Adi enjoys kicking things.

Diane Siefkes is the Director of social media and engagement for Southeast Community College in Lincoln, NE. Diane has been responsible for raising SCC’s social media profile and increasing engagement with SCC students by effectively utilizing various social media platforms.

SCC’s Social Media Bootcamp will offer a great opportunity for anyone looking to increase their understanding of today’s constantly evolving social media landscape. These tools are an important tool for any small business owner, entrepreneur or manager looking to raise their social media profile.

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