In Ep. 29 of Don’t Call Me a Guru, host Linda Hoang is joined via Skype by Megan Dart, Communications Specialist with the Edmonton Fringe Theatre, who shares insights on what goes into managing content creation for the largest and longest-running Fringe Festival in North America!
In this episode, we discuss:
- How to utilize social media year-round even if your organization is centred around one big annual event
- The importance of setting tone, personality and voice for a brand social media account
- Experimenting with different content for different platforms
- How to define social media success
- How to execute quality social media on a small budget
- How one consistent question posed on social media can bring account focus and improve audience engagement and sentiment
- AND MUCH MORE!!
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This episode was recorded at NAIT Radio & Television Broadcasting Studios, by audio producer Matt Matyszczuk.
And here’s the RSS!
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- Doug Hoyer (@doughoyer, DougHoyer.Bandcamp.com) – created the Don’t Call Me a Guru music
- Rory Lee (@rorzle, RoryLeeDesign.com) – designer of the Don’t Call Me a Guru logo
- Matt Matyszczuk (@92mattfam, LinkedIn) – audio producer of the Don’t Call Me a Guru podcast
- NAIT Radio and Television Broadcasting Studios – podcast studio location
Let us know what you’d like to hear on our future episodes, and be sure to share feedback on what you thought of this one!