Last Friday, I met a guy named Sam Davidson. He ran a booth at the Green Business and Living Summit Expo. I just checked out his blog, and I found a bunch of interesting content about social media.
One of them was the following:
Yesterday, I performed on the stage of the Belcourt Theatre. This Nashville landmark has hosted the top musical acts, screened award-winning films and also served as a home for silent films and the Grand Ole Opry.
So, I have no idea why they let me come talk about social media on that same stage. But they did. And I did.
Here's a video from my talk. I flew through the whys of social media, particularly as it relates to nonprofit arts organizations. In these 15 minutes (that's all I had, so I speak very fast in this video), you'll hear:
A little more about me
About how I cheated on my art appreciation final in college (1:45)
Who Generation Y is (3:15)
How Gen Y acts (5:00)
What the old consumer model is (7:00)
What the new consumer model is (8:30)
How arts organizations can have a new conversation (11:15)
Some reminders before embarking on a social media campaign (12:45)
The video linked to the above is the 2nd blog from the top of the page.... to see it, please click on