Presenter Information: How To Be Prepared

If you want to see examples of what the presentations or posters look like, see this example from another version of the
social media lab.

1. One Page Lessons Learned

Please prepare a one-page with bullet points or text on a word document and bring on
USB stick to the workshop or email to me by July 7th

2. Content
Regardless of delivery, your presentation content should include the following points:
-What was your experiment?
-What were the objectives, audience, and how did integrate with your marketing or audience development plan?
-What were some tactics that you tried?
-What were the results? Remember learning that something didn’t work can be a result.
­If you could do this experiment all over again, what would you do differently?
-What was your big ah ha or insight that you'll use in your next social media strategy?

3. Delivery Style

Option 1: Small Group/Speed Geek
Speed Geeking is a great way to quickly view a lot of presentations in a short time.
The 5 minute limit also keeps presentations short and interesting and 3 minute for q/a keeps questions focused.
Each presenter will be seated at one of the three tables in the conference room and the rest of the group will count
off and sit a table to begin. The facilitator rings a bell to start proceedings. When the first presentation and Q/A is finished,
the facilitator rings a bell.

At this point, everyone but the presenter moves over to the table and the timer starts once more.
The session ends when every group has attended all the presentations.

Option 2: Ignite Style Full Group Presentations
Presenters will present to the whole group. Each presenter will have 5 minutes to present.
We will hold questions until the end.
Presenters my use Powerpoint or present verbally.


Pecha Kucha:

4. Wall of Gratitude/Posters

Everyone will create a poster. When you arrive at the workshop, we will give each participant a piece of FLIP chart
paper and some markers. Each organization should create a simple poster that has the following:
• Organization Name/Experiment
• 2-3 Top Takeaways About Social Media

We’ll be awarding prizes!