Back to Business Webinar Series: Digital Do’s and Don’ts During Times of Uncertainty

As state regulations and restrictions begin to lift and SEMA members are resuming business operations, they are finding themselves in a new climate. SEMA has put together a 4-part webinar series that concentrates on tactics and concepts for coming out of the COVID-19 crisis stronger and more intentional than ever.

Part 3 of the series will be held Wednesday, August 19 at 10:00am PDT.

Digital Do’s and Don’ts During Times of Uncertainty

The way we navigate the next 60-90 days will directly determine the speed at which we are able to come back from the COVID-19 crisis. This 60-minute virtual workshop will deliver a list of specific action steps to build trust, credibility and thought-leadership with your local community.  You’ll also be given a list of things to avoid that can damage your relationships and overall reputation.

Key Audience Takeaways:

  • Ways to build a larger audience of quality connections
  • Fix online issues that may be damaging your credibility
  • Create a content plan to navigate today’s uncertainty and plan for getting back to business
  • Practice and perfect the most important social media feature for today…and tomorrow (hint: Video!)
  • Avoid missteps that will frustrate your audience and lead them toward the exit button

About the presenter: Corey Perlman

Corey Perlman is a speaker, consultant and nationally-recognized social media expert.  His latest book, Social Media Overload!, ranked #1 on in every major business category.

Corey’s spoken for brands such as General Motors, The PGA Tour and Sysco Foods on how to drive business results through social media.  His company, Impact Social, Inc., employs a team of highly-skilled digital specialists that manage the social media accounts for over 40 businesses.  When not working, Corey loves singing Jimmy Buffett lullabies to his young son and trying to overtake his adolescent daughter for the most Instagram followers.

Date / Time: 
Wednesday, August 19, 2020 - 10:00am
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