Campy videos pillory social media pundits
Series of campy videos make fun of bad advice from self-proclaimed social media experts
The organizers of Social Media Camp, one of the fastest growing conferences for marketers, communicators and business professionals, announced the launch of a video series that parodies mediocre social media advice. The videos are a series of short and campy vignettes that showcase examples of some of the worst social media advice - from offering broad based information that has little practical use to examples of absolute untruths.
“Social Media Camp has grown to one of the top social media education events with a line up of respected speakers and industry specialists,” says Social Media Camp co-founder, Chris Burdge. “We wanted to get the word out about Social Media Camp and also have a little campy fun with some of the bad social media advice that we have heard of. There is a lot of inaccurate advice and a whole new industry of social media consultants has emerged – some of whom are very knowledgeable and some of whom are not even aware that Facebook has rules about promotions.”
Burdge says, “Co-founder, Paul Holmes and I are passionate about educating people about social media. We are more than willing to get campy to get the word out about Social Media Camp.”
Social Media Camp will be held in Victoria June 8 - 9, 2012 with the keynote address from best selling author and digital media expert, Chris Brogan, author of Google + for Business. Social Media Camp offers seminars and workshops with all the latest information and case studies for those new to the field and those looking for advanced social media techniques.
To view the campy Social Media Camp videos, go to ow.ly/aEpqb
About Social Media Camp
The third annual Social Media Camp will be held at the Victoria Conference Centre, June 8 - 9, 2012. Created by Paul Holmes and Chris Burdge, Social Media Camp has grown to be Canada’s largest learning forum of its kind, bringing together the brightest social media minds in North America for two days of social media exploration, sharing and teaching, with ample time built in for networking. The agenda will include workshops, panels, key note speakers, roundtables, social showcase, Innovation Zone, a knowledge cafe, trade show, and the West Coast Social Media Awards. Sessions will also include clearly defined streams for beginners and advanced users. For more information and to register, visit www.socialmediacamp.ca, Facebook: SocialMediaCamp, Twitter: @SocMediaCamp. Google +: Social Media Camp.