Our free webinar titled “Demystifying Social Media and Making It Relevant to Healthcare” seems to have been a success. This is the second time we’ve done this particular webinar, and the turnout was outstanding. I’ve already had more than 120 people download the PowerPoint and I am currently editing the video so I can post it online. Here’s the link to view or download the PowerPoint presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/dandunlop/demystifying-social-media-webinar-102009-229. At a time when organizations are charging as much as $299 per webinar, we’re doing them for free. Selfishly, we think it improves attendance and will eventually bring us more business as more people come to know us as social media strategists and healthcare marketing experts. I’ve embedded the PowerPoint presentation below.
If you missed the webinar and are interested in attending the next time we hold it, please shoot me a message and I’ll be sure to notify you once it is scheduled. We’re considering doing it again in early December if there’s enough interest.
For those of you who didn’t attend yesterday, here’s some of the feedback I received in email messages from people who attended the webinar.
“Absolutely fantastic webinar! Addresses a lot of concerns of the C-suite folks, as well as stresses the importance of starting slowly and with a plan in place, and frequent monitoring and evaluation. You’ve done the participants a great service.”
“Thank you so much for your presentation! I have dipped my toes into the social media scene, but your presentation showed me that there is so much to do. I’m hoping to get my administration on board with social media for the upcoming year – we aren’t allowed to access any of the social media sites, unfortunately.”
“Great presentation – you covered many of the issues I am currently dealing with and provided some wonderful resources. Thanks!”
“Great webinar! Thank you so much. You make it look so easy. I’m overwhelmed but ready to jump in!!!”
“I attended your webinar today, and I must say, it was an excellent overview of how to set up a working social media strategy. It’s exactly what my team and I needed to hear, right as we’re beginning to embrace all these social media vehicles.”
“Today’s presentation on making social media relevant to health care was truly excellent. I learned so much. I’ve written about the healthcare industry for years as a reporter and I totally agreed with your points about how useful social media can be to promote health care quality and patient-centered care.”
“I really enjoyed your Webinar today and appreciate your thoughtful and generous content. I just finished a great social media course – Social Media Magic University. It was good getting a perspective specifically related to healthcare.”
“Best webinar on subject I’ve been to yet!!”
“Great presentation. I enjoyed hearing your perspective on strategy, resources, and case studies.”
“I thought your presentation just now was great! I actually just completed our social media marketing plan for the practice, and was pleased that your presentation was aligned with my plan. I would appreciate a link to your presentation and your article as mentioned. Thank you!”
“Thank you for a terrific seminar. Very useful and new information I wasn’t aware of. Please email the presentation and the article to me at your earliest convenience. Thank you for sharing!”
“It was an excellent program! Thank you. It was very informative!”
“Thank you so very much for the great presentation this morning! You gave us targeted information that is so invaluable – thank you again.”
“Just a quick note to thank you for your presentation today. WOW… there is so much to learn!”
“It’s a great presentation. I will definitely spread the word.”