Miscellaneous Events: Social Media Week: Creating Brand Engagement with Google+ Hangouts

February 22, 2013

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Have you wondered how to use Google+ hangouts for your brand? Are you curious to find out what it takes to create engagement and interaction around your hangout?

Join this case study showcase with social media practitioners from The New York Public Library and the King County Library System who have used Google+ Hangouts successfully. In an open exchange with the panelists, find out how to set up hangouts, market your events, successfully do your own live broadcast, and discuss how hangouts, successfully do your own live broadcast, and discuss how hangouts and remote video participation in general can fit into your virtual brand strategy.

The New York Public Library is proud to be a part of this year's Social Media Week. Starting Sunday, February 18, listen and learn from professionals  from around the globe as they  "explore the social, cultural and economic impact of social media. Their mission is to help people and organizations connect through collaboration, learning and the sharing of ideas and information." This event is open to the public. Reserve your spot today, space is limited.

To register for this event Click Here


Angela Nolet, Librarian, Virtual Library Services, King County Library System

Frank Collerius, Library Manager, Jefferson Market Library

James Murdock, Director of Multimedia Content

Johannes Neuer, Associate Director of Marketing