Socialbakers: Competitive social media monitoring: What works on Facebook & how to get in the newsfeed!
This interesting topic delivered with the Socialbakers expertise will be presented by Jan Rezab, CEO and Co-Founder of this social media analytics and management company.
LOS ANGELES – September 15, 2011 – The second annual Social Media Week Los Angeles seeks to break all records with more than 75 events, a 500-person opening party, celebrities, social media experts and enthusiasts gathering across Los Angeles from September 19–23. This year’s event is expected to shatter last year’s attendance of 4,000 people, according to city partner and conference producer, SocialRadius.
Monday, September 19, the conference will kick off at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills at 8:15 am with a conference preview and continental breakfast hosted by conference organizers SocialRadius.
In total, Monday features 13 events at six locations, the vast majority of which, including the opening party, are free and open to the public on a first-come basis at Social Media Week.
Tuesday, September 20, the focus shifts to social media and advertising with two days of content at Ogilvy, Culver City, and to social gaming, with a Gaming Power Panel moderated by serial entrepreneur and father of virtual currency, Brock Pierce. Tuesday is another busy day, with 18 sessions scattered across 13 venues.
Wednesday, September 21, in addition to the second day of advertising panels at Ogilvy, will feature another half-day of content at the Paley Center, from 9:00 am – noon, featuring a two-hour breakfast panel by Experian titled “When Integrated Marketing Met Social: Love at First Like.” The morning session concludes with a panel on Facebook marketing by leading Facebook statistics portal and social media marketing platform, Socialbakers. In all, there are 19 events on Wednesday at 14 venues.
About Social Media Week
Globally, Social Media Week is a 13-city experience that has become the world’s largest simultaneous distributed conference of any kind. Los Angeles is just one of two US cities taking part of the week-long global effort, which will also include simultaneous week-long events in Beirut, Berlin, Chicago, Glasgow, Milan, Moscow, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paolo and Vancouver.