Scott’s social media boot camp

social_mediaSpeaking about the benefits and pitfalls of social media in life, family and career is something I’m very passionate about. Too many good careers and reputations have been torched because of an ill-advised Facebook post or tweet.

CEOs, student-athletes, professional athletes, teachers, broadcasters, Public Relations executives and other professionals have all screwed up. Social media stupidity is far-reaching and does not discriminate.

I’ve won several social media awards and am active on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram daily. Plus, I actually work in the media… unlike a lot of the people who claim to be social media experts. I like to say I have a lot of experience practicing what I preach.

My social media presentations can be customized for any group, large or small — high school, college or pro athletes, high school seniors, college undergrads, recent college graduates, professionals and more.

I believe that no matter what stage of life we’re in, we never stop learning about social media. It’s constantly evolving and we should always be getting better at it.

My presentations typically last 60-90 minutes and cover social media platforms, statistics, branding, responsibility, stupidity and more. The real-life examples I use are informative, entertaining and, often, gasp inducing. Timing of the presentations can be adjusted and, as noted earlier, they are fully customizable.

Here is some feedback shared on Twitter from the last presentation I did for the Senior class at Brother Martin High School:

  • “I loved your talk today and I got to be in your selfie which is pretty cool!!!”
  • “Great having @ScottWalker6 come talk to our class today. Thanks for coming!”
  • “Thank You to @ScottWalker6 for giving us an amazing presentation today.”
  • “Enjoyed listening to @ScottWalker6 talk to Brother Martin senior class today about social media!”

Contact me for more information. Fill out the form below or shoot me an email.

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