Panel addresses role of social media in marketing

Panel addresses role of social media in marketing

A panel of experts is hoping to help business owners become more familiar with various social media platforms.

The world of social media is constantly changing and can be daunting to keep up with, but a panel of experts is hoping to help business owners and others become more familiar with the various social media platforms.

The Juneau Chamber of Commerce is moderating a panel discussion Thursday morning at KTOO’s 360 North studio, focused on social media marketing strategy, current trends, copyright laws, finding an audience and more. The event begins at 8 a.m. so attendees can mingle and network. The discussion runs from 8:30-10:30 a.m.

Panelists include: Jenny Fremlin, PhD and instructor at Alaska Litho; Lael Harrison, an attorney at Faulkner Banfield PC; Michelle O’Brien, marketing manager at the Juneau Radio Center; and David Purdy, digital director at KTOO.

Tickets are still available, and can be purchased at www.juneauchamber.com. Tickets are $35 for Chamber of Commerce members and $45 for all others. There will be a question-and-answer segment, and appetizers and refreshments will be available.

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