Social media promotion is a full-time job, but you can do it without Tweeting and Instagramming 24/7. Katya Bychkova, 2014-2015 Blueprint alumna, personal style -and beauty blogger, will share with you her social media tips and tricks and show you how you can promote your own project successfully.
LMHQ - 150 Broadway, 20th Fl, NYC
Social media promotion is a full-time job, but you can do it without Tweeting and Instagramming 24/7. Katya Bychkova, 2014-15 Blueprint alumna, personal style -and beauty blogger, will share with you her social media tips and tricks that she uses to grow her blog, StyleSprinter.com and show you how you can promote your own project successfully.
During the workshop, you will learn how to:
* Build connections with potential event attendees well ahead of the date of your event
* Establish a community of fans who believe in your idea
* Make connections with people in the media and ensure that your event will be attended and covered.
* Select social media channels that will work for you and your project
* Develop a social media strategy that will bring results
* Create a social media calendar and stick to it
* Avoid social media frustrations and “make it” in social media
All the strategies presented at the workshop are real-life tested and targeted toward people with hectic schedules and busy lives. Bring your laptop and get ready to bookmark dozens of helpful online resources!
Advanced registration required. Space is limited to 25 people. Admission free.
This is the first of what we hope will be many Blueprint Network workshops led by Blueprint alumni for their peers in the Blueprint network and COJECO family. If you would be interested in sharing your expertise and leading a workshop, please reach out to us!
Katya Bychkova is a New York based marketing and event planning professional with over 10 years’ experience in journalism and PR. Prior to moving to New York in 2008, Katya studied Journalism at the Moscow State University, where she was admitted as a winner of the Journalism competition organized by the International Confederation of Journalists’ Unions. Her first years in the US, Katya worked as a reporter and then as a Managing Editor for the Russian-American newspaper Novoye Russkoye Slovo. In 2012 she started to work for the award-winning law firm Wilk Auslander LLP, where she is currently handling marketing responsibilities.
The Blueprint Fellowship is generously sponsored by Genesis Philanthropy Group.
COJECO (Council of Jewish Émigré Community Organizations) is the central hub of the Russian-speaking Jewish community in the New York tri-state area. We are the central hub for the Russian-speaking Jewish community in New York tri-state area. Our mission is to convene and connect the Russian-speaking Jewish community to build on our heritage through collaborative leadership, innovative engagement, Jewish education, and community capacity building.