In today’s media environment, there are so many options for brands to consider. Choosing can somewhat be overwhelming because it’s not just the tool of choice, it’s the ease of messaging, management and monitoring.
This month two local social media thought leaders will talk about social media tools, which to use, why and what’s important. Join us on this momentous day – 11/11/11 – for great information exchange by Michelle Ton and Keri Jaehnig while having a little 11/11 fun in the process.
About our speakers
Michelle Ton is a graduate from The Ohio State University. She is the social media and lead nurturing manager for Teradata Corporation. In addition to her marketing role, she lends her free time to being the web development lead for upDayton’s Internship Committee, being a co-host of New Media Dayton’s weekly tweetchat (#NMDChat), and helping run her family’s local nail salon.
Her passion for good food and high fashion are prominent themes in her personal blog at michellenton.com. You can also follow her on Twitter @michellenton.
Keri Jaehnig works with small businesses, non-profits, and political candidates to leverage blogs and social media tools to connect with their target audiences. Keri’s forte is engaging followers and establishing relationships that drive revenues. A certified Facebook marketer and certified social media strategist, she has been featured by AOL Small Business. Her clients include international corporations, retailers, financial advisors, real estate developers, political committees, tourism destinations and others. My collaborators are worldwide.
She has a Business Administration degree with additional training in Non-profit Development. She’s spent 14 years of connecting people globally. Keri has served as an Executive Board member for her local American Red Cross chapter, and collaborated on several non-profit committees. At a time when a regional anchor employer discontinued 8,000 jobs in her small town of Wilmington, Ohio, she raised more than $30,000 in 6 weeks for the local family YMCA. As a candidate for her local Board of Education in 2005, she was the first in her county to use Email Marketing for political campaigning.