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OME Community September Meet up brought to you by Web Marketing Academy
Come join our monthly meet ups in Christ University, where we share tips, tricks and how to’s of Online Marketing. Over 450 active online marketing enthusiasts discuss and share tips
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1.       Welcome note: Swati
2.       Introduction: Suresh Babu, Founder WMA, OME Community
3.       35 Tools Online Marketers Use & how you can use these tools: Suresh Babu
4.       11 more tools: Shartaj
5.       Questions – Answers
6.       Visibility magazine goes to top participants
7.       Group picture & Adios!

Questions-Answers

Q: How are Google Insight & Google Trends different from an average Google search?
A: Google only gives results in form of websites with those keywords. The others help analyze, research & gain additional knowledge.
Q: Does Google Insight give demographic data?
A: Yes it does. If the domain name is given under the website option, then demographics are shown.
Q: How reliable are the Google tools?
A: They are close to accurate; It takes data used by users who have entered their details
Q: Can I customize my Ads, as per my requirements?
A: Yes. Exactly as per requirement depending on product, timing, geographical location, revenue, discounts & target market.
Q: What is the customer psyche on seeing same ads in separate websites? Can I use this technique for my Ads?
A: Trying & testing on different websites needs to be done to see how the Ad performs in separate sites. Tools like website optimizer or A/B testing could be used.
Q: During retargeting, or offering something on a discount can I enable/customize it based on time or give it a time limit
A: yes. It can be done
Q: Can we us Google Insights with filters of the type of Muck Rack?
A: Yes
Q: Isn’t Spy Fu an infringement?
A: No. It takes data that websites offer openly
Q: From where does Archive.org get the data? What is its source of income?
A: They have internal archives & libraries
Q: Google Trends Vs Google Insights?
A: Google trends: day to day activity; exact data; has data for 3 countries-US, UK & India
Google insights: overall analysis

Learning from the Flipkart Big Billion Sale – A Case Study (Part 2)

Posted by on Oct 30, 2014 in Digital Marketing Case Studies, Resources/Blog, WMA Students | 0 comments

Continued from Part 1: A discussion of Flipkart’s Big Billion Sale

TOI article on Flipkart Big Billion Sale

TOI: Flipkart’s Big Billion Sale raises questions

Redemption for Flipkart?

Flipkart may have received a billion hits on its website on October 6 but it also sent many people into the welcoming arms of competition such as Amazon and Snapdeal! Snapdeal reportedly made $600 crore the same day! Amazon rolled out its Diwali Dhamaka Week with aplomb.

Let’s say Flipkart wins back its loyalists. How about first time visitors? Will they want to come back after their arduous shopping experience?

Flipkart has furthermore invited the wrath of players including Samsung, LG and Sony. Not only are they suspending fresh sales to Flipkart for the unrealistic discounts it offered but are also considering legal action for “predatory pricing.”

Our take – We, the consumers

When the WMA group was challenged to come up with a solution for Flipkart to win back the trust of customers, I noted a speaking trend. After half-hearted attempts at proposing redemptory measures (such as giving away gift vouchers and discounts) for Flipkart, most students went back to berating the brand. Clearly, the resentment and disappointment at India’s homegrown ecommerce website won’t shake off easy!

Suggestions included:

  • Better traffic management: Flipkart should have learned how to handle huge traffic from older experienced websites such as www.irctc.co.in. (Though IRCTC users have their own tales of woe!)
  • Greater inventory control: The logistics and operations could have been managed to avoid misleading price tags and stockout.
  • Managed sneak attempts: Flipkart team should have constantly monitored big billion day searches happening on the day to detect directs to the Amazon page. Amazon apparently bought the “Flipkart” keyword for the day along with the domain name “bigbillionday.com.” Flipkart should have taken necessary actions to stop this or at least turn the attempt around. (Of course, Flipkart proved itself incapable of managing the traffic that came its way despite this … but that’s another story!)

Differing thoughts

Intriguing questions also came up:

  • Was the fiasco over-publicised? Flipkart messed up. Sure. But was the aftermath overblown by news sites owned by competitors? (Hmm… food for thought. But Sanjay and Binny Bansal apologized so they must know things went wrong.)
  • Was the goal increasing Gross Merchandise Value (GMV)? High discounts would be compensated by the low cost of customer acquisitions. Was that Flipkart’s objective?
  • Could the sale have been a deliberate blooper? If Flipkart’s objective was only to increase awareness and visitors exponentially, it succeeded.
  • Invite government vigil? Flipkart has been under the regulatory scanner on and off. The Big Billion Sale highlighted the need to regulate ecommerce further. Was Flipkart trying to spread attention to competitors before their Diwali sales rolled out?
thoughts on flipkart's big billion sale by WMA

Whiteboard shot: Penning thoughts on the Big Billion Sale

Despite suggestions made, nobody believed Flipkart could make adequate amends after its Big Billion Blunder. (Here’s an opportunity for #Flipkart to turn the tables and confound us all!). At the same time, 80% believe Indian memory is short and good deals are all we care about. Flipkart’s faults could soon be forgotten.

What’s your take on Flipkart’s Big Billion Sale? Are you still a loyal customer or did the damage run too deep?

By the way, do check out WMA’s podcast on the Big Billion Sale on FIR.

Disclaimer: These are only our opinions and point of view. The goal of the exercise was to learn some lessons from what happened and discover how students would think and act in similar situations.

About Monica

Monica is a digital marketing enthusiast, blogger and technical writer. She has helped small businesses with content development for the last 5 years and is now extending the value with online marketing. Her goal is to introduce more businesses to this exciting and profitable marketing medium. She is a regular blogger for WMA.

Connect with her on Linkedin or Twitter for digital marketing assistance or to say hello!

3 Simple Tips for Social Listening

Posted by on Oct 30, 2014 in Resources/Blog | 0 comments

They are all talking about you, but are you listening?

What is Social Listening? Reasons to adopt Social Listening.

Social ListenLike the famous saying in music “It’s out there in the open, all around us, all we have to do is listen.” Today when we are amused by something we go post on Facebook, when we are irritated and want to complain we turn to twitter and when we want fashion tips and advice we quickly access Pinterest. What all this has contributed to is, Social Media becoming a vital tool where we can track habits, dislikes, likes and preferences of customers.

Look at the present scenario, when you browse your Facebook newsfeed, you would come across your friend’s post on some really cool or funny video of a company or individual, if you go to Instagram you’ll see your followers show of their new branded shoes or clothing and when you move to Twitter there’s someone always complaining about a company’s service. All this is a gateway of communication, created by your potential users and customers. What may look as very intimidating in the beginning could turn out to your advantage, if you did the right things?

So what is Social Listening? #SocialListening is not just replying to Facebook messages, or @messages on Instagram or hastags on Twitter. Social Listening goes beyond all these mediums and criteria’s. It’s monitoring a comprehensive set of keywords that are associated with the conversations about your brand.

Reasons to adopt:

1. Help create better goals and objectives.

If you’re constantly tracking your customers then you will be able to predict their next move or where they will go next. If you are able to supply the needs and wants then this will help in overall objective of your social media efforts. Make sure to use this information from social listening to your advantage and help position your product, services or your brand better.

2. Engage with your potential customers.

When you’re monitoring your customers constantly, their reviews, comments and conversations then it will be an easy task to come into the picture and help your customer when he needs you. With a particular customer need will come a suitable and satisfactory solution from you. Make sure all queries are answered no matter how silly and make the conversation fitting and welcome participants.

3. Look out for competition.

What all of these activities provide is, what your customers are thinking about you, but a major contribution it provides is, that about your competition. You can hear what they are talking about your competitors, what they are doing really well, what they are lacking out on or doing wrong, what they love or hate about your competitor’s product etc. Take all this info and create a strategy that ultimately benefits you.

Flipkart Big Billion Day – Podcast For FIR, by Web Marketing Academy

Posted by on Oct 25, 2014 in Digital Marketing Case Studies, Podcast, Resources/Blog | 0 comments

Flipkart Big Billion Day – Podcast For FIR, by Web Marketing Academy

flipkart bbday pic

In the month of October 2014, after the Big Billion Day, Flipkart Sale, our students at WMA, discussed the situation and had a session on learnings from the sale. We have documented and discussed the case study in our class, Monica will publish the case study in the next few days.

We recorded some of the highlights from the session and send it to FIR Podcast Network. (For Immediate Release Podcast) For those who are not familiar with FIR, I strongly recommend FIR for useful, latest  Digital & Social media news for Communicators, PR professional, Marketers and Educators. They have several podcasts on Education, PR, Branding, LinkedIn Conversation and much more.

This Podcast is recorded specifically for FIR. Our Recording was played in Show :Here is the link to the podcast: Click on the play button to listen to the podcast

The Hobson & Holtz Report – Podcast #777: October 13, 2014

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Learning from the Flipkart Big Billion Sale – A Case Study (Part 1)

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014 in Digital Marketing Case Studies, Resources/Blog, WMA Students | 0 comments

Disclaimer: These are only our opinions and point of view. The goal of the exercise was to learn some lessons from what happened and discover how students would think and act in similar situations.

Part 2 & other takeaways in this link

October 6, 2014 saw Flipkart make Rs 600 crore as a result of its “Big Billion Sale”. The brand also made news for a lot of wrong reasons – amplified disastrously on social media. Flipkart’s proposed 24 hour sale sold out in a mere 10 hours even as the website gave out and orders got cancelled. But the worst were the price fluctuations and jacked up pre-discount costs.

One tweeter summed up customer sentiment aptly, stating “among the billion things #Flipkart sold that day, one was its credibility.”

The Flipkart fiasco held an enthralling quality that invited debate in business classrooms, with a fun impromptu session at WMA as well. Digital marketing students and faculty congregated in the conference room to brainstorm on Flipkart’s mistakes and propose improvements. Amidst the vociferous ire of the many Flipkart (maybe ex) consumers in the room, interesting points were made, stuff that begged a blog post!

debate on flipkart big billion sale

Snapshot from WMA Conf Room

Record sales and an apology – too little too late?

Why does a business that’s just collected $600 crore sales in a single day have to send out a letter of apology the very next day? Because  the Flipkart sale was a mess from the start! Some highlights:

  • The sale kicked off before the announced time – stocks were out even when people logged in at 8am.
  • Discounts offered on newspaper ads proved misleading.
  • Servers crashed, HTTP 404 abounded.
  • Worse, prices fluctuated between MRP, discounted price, and jacked up pre-discount rates.
  • “Out of stock” and “Sold out” were the highlights of the day.
  • Confirmed orders got cancelled in hours.
  • Flipkart ended up doing Amazon and Snapdeal a great favor.

 

Big Billion Sale tweet

Social bashing: One Flipkart customer on Twitter

If you don’t know what this is about, check out the social media bashing Flipkart received through the day. Search on #flipkartsale and #flipkart on Twitter and Facebook.

flipkart tweet from customer

Social bashing: Another disillusioned customer

But more to the point, did Flipkart’s apology salve its reputation or appease consumers? No. Did the 7 year old e-commerce company believe excuses and explanations would help? It just made them look worse and their competition a lot better.

What Flipkart could have done right

Without doubt, Flipkart underestimated the traffic the Big Billion Sale would drive by a HUGE margin. While the e-commerce company went overboard with digital and traditional marketing, it did a bad job predicting sales. While Indians are no stranger to infrastructure failures, the hardest thing to forgive will be the order cancellations and disillusionment from misleading discounts.

Tweet from frustrated customer

Social bashing: Customer frustrated with Flipkart servers

What were Flipkart’s mistakes? Some thoughts from WMAites:

  • Advertizing the sale everywhere like crazy – should have targeted existing consumers with email marketing and earned loyalty and referrals.
  • Not preparing for an unprecedented high in traffic – should have over prepared logistics, inventory and infrastructure in keeping with the marketing reach.
  • Started small – could have opened sale for specific product categories only.
  • Not touted unrealistic discounts – under promise and over deliver should have been the mantra not vice versa.

Also in the bid to sell at lowest prices, Flipkart may have inadvertently created warranty hassles for customers by procuring from unauthorized channel partners. That’s going to bite Flipkart some more!

  • Extended the sale window – run the sale for a week instead of a day since it covered all categories.
  • Prevented insider hoarding – blocked employees’ participation and prevented “out of stock” situations at sale commencement.
  •  Learned from earlier mistakesservers crashed even during single product sales (Xiaomi Mi3 and Moto E). What did Flipkart learn? Nothing.

Listen to the Big Billion Day podcast from WMA on FIR.

Continued in Part 2

 

About Monica

Monica is a digital marketing enthusiast, blogger and technical writer. She has helped small businesses with content development for the last 5 years and is now extending the value with online marketing. Her goal is to introduce more businesses to this exciting and profitable marketing medium. She is a regular blogger for WMA.

Connect with her on Linkedin or Twitter for digital marketing assistance or to say hello!

Pay Per Laugh: Traditional Art Meets Modern Technology !

Posted by on Oct 19, 2014 in Resources/Blog | 0 comments

Pay Per Laugh :)

Pay Per Laugh

Credits: PhotoDirect. facebook.com/photodirectindia

Follow up on last week discussion on Flipkart in our WMA Class, the Digital Marketing Students recorded the podcast and send it to FIR (For Immediate Release) podcast, where Shel Holtz & Neville played the recording in their The Hobson & Holtz Report – Podcast #777 while our students listening to the show, they came across Pay Per Laugh in their show and did some research on Pay Per Laugh and came up with this blog post. Thank you Shel & Neville

It’s no joke that governments increase taxes once in a while and when they do people get disappointed for a few days and get along with it. Rarely do we see people standing up and do something so innovative, different and unique that they manage to turn the governments’ policy other way round and make it an advantage for them and achieve more than they could have thought of, and something that their government would have never expected.

Recently the Government of Spain increased the tax on theater tickets from 8 per cent to 21 %. Because of this setback, audience numbers went down a whopping 31% in just one year.

This sparked something innovative and out of the box! So instead of doing nothing and getting along with the new policy, the independent comedy theater company Teatreneu decided to look at this situation with humor and invented something new and creative along with the advertising agency The Cyranos McCann called “Pay Per Laugh”!

Pay per laugh was an experiment / project where people are charged based on how many times they smile or laugh while watching the show. What they did was, they attached a tablet to the back of every seat and created an app with facial recognition to count the number of times people laugh during the show. One laugh is charged at 0.30 euros or Rs. 23  with a maximum charge of 24 euros or Rs.1,883  that is 80 laughs. Which means that the entrance to the show is totally free and you pay only for the number of times you laugh, if you are capable enough not to laugh then you don’t have to pay anything! But imagine sitting there with the crowd and trying to control your laugh while everyone else around you are laughing their pants off – it would be kind of impossible! Anyway at the end of the show, people can check the number of times they have laughed on the tablet and then pay, and they could even share it on social media.

Due to this new and unique system the average price of the ticket increased by 6 euros or 470 rupees! This news was covered by a lot of national media channels that produced more than 35% of increase in the number of spectators. A mobile phone app was also created as a mode of payment, and the theaters first season ticket was based on the number of laughs and not the number of shows.

And the result ? Each pay per laugh show produced 28,000 euros or around Rs. 21,95,000 more ticket money than was normally taken! Which is a huge breakthrough!

In the end, their tagline says it all – “The first comedy theater where you only pay for what you consume!”.

Video: http://vimeo.com/97708026

About the Author: Aditya Gupta is a student & Intern in Web Marketing Academy.

Gautam Sajwan’s Story about Social Media in WMA

Posted by on Oct 19, 2014 in Resources/Blog, WMA Students | 0 comments

Meet Gautam Sajwan, he is a student of ‪#‎WMA‬, born in New Delhi and brought up in Kuwait and a passionate and avid social media user, who wishes to make his career in Social Media.
When asked what makes him different from other people he had this to say :

  1. My objectives are as clear as the terminator, well defined to reach the top.
  2. I take decisions after a great scrutinisation like Judge Dredd.
  3. I think critically and try to solve problems like the Sherlock Homes.

Well he’s worked on his ‪#‎socialpresence‬ have you ?

11 Etiquette Tips for Your Digital Marketing Interview

Posted by on Oct 6, 2014 in Digital Marketing Jobs, Job Placements at WMA, Resources/Blog, WMA Students | 0 comments

11 Etiquette Tips for Your Digital Marketing Interview

The demand for digital marketers in Bangalore as well as other parts of India is on the upswing. This is a golden period for aspiring web marketers. At Web Marketing Academy, we bridge the gap between demand and supply by organizing placement events for our digital marketing students. This works out well for us and the recruiting company. The events also reveal some gaps.

Many times, seemingly perfect candidates fail to impress interview panelists. And the reason this happens is because the students violate “interview etiquette” either due to ignorance or indifference.

You need to understand that etiquette is fundamentally about giving and receiving respect. If you reconsider from that viewpoint, you’ll understand how etiquette makes or breaks careers and relationships.

Quote on interview etiquette - digital marketing

To ensure you do not unwittingly breach interview etiquette, here’s a short run-through:

1. Pre-interview check: Confirm your interest.

If you are appearing for an interview arranged by your institute or academy (as in the case of WMA), enroll only if you are genuinely interested. Read the job description carefully, understand what it entails and research the company. Don’t give the interview for the heck of it. You’re wasting people’s time. Once you’re in, follow through. Opting out later for lack of interest puts the host academy in a tough spot. It hurts the company-academy relationship and future on-campus prospects.

2. Be on time.

Arrive 20 minutes ahead of time to freshen up and relax before the interview. Traffic, even in Bangalore, is not an acceptable excuse for reaching late. All it conveys is a lack of planning.

3. Be well groomed.

This doesn’t mean renting a suit (though that may be required in some cases). Wear formals or neat casuals (if the interviewers are from an arty business, they may not be too finicky), clip your nails, comb your hair, smell pleasant, etc. Sounds like silly advice? I once met an interviewee, went forward to shake hands and almost passed out. Another lady had finger nails vying for the witches’ post. Moreover, they were mucky. If you can’t take care of yourself, can they trust you with their business? You’d need to be a great convincer to change their mind.

4. No chewing gum please.

Dispose of it before you enter the room. Few things are more disgusting than watching grown men and women chew gum during an interview. That’s just bad.

5. No sunglasses either.

Sunglasses make you look like Brad Pitt? Keep them for your fans. For the interview, take them off. Don’t notch them up your forehead or hook them in your shirt. Just put them away.

6. Switch off your mobile.

Switch off your mobile before you enter the room. Being off the radar for a while won’t kill you. But if it goes off during the interview, kiss your chances good-bye.

7. Greet everyone.

Greet everyone in the room and look them in the eye as you do it. Smile. This conveys confidence.

8. Wait to be asked to sit.

Most interviewers ask candidates to be seated as soon as they come in (unless you’re trying for the military). If they don’t, doesn’t hurt to wait before grabbing a seat.

9. Address people by their names, with or without salutation.

When answering questions, address interviewers by name or Mr./Ms. depending on the company culture. (Do your homework.) This shows you have a good memory and that you’re self-confident.

10. Thank everyone before you leave.

Again, thank everyone for the opportunity as you leave. End it on a positive note.

11. Follow up on commitments.

If you’ve done well, you’ll be called for a second technical or HR round. Follow through. If you can’t make it that day, provide enough notice and communicate the same clearly. Not doing so reflects badly on you as well as those who referred you.

The first impression is a lasting impression, like it or not. Every interviewer in the room is observing your body language to assess your attitude. Be warm and confident but not over the top. Don’t experiment with your attire or mannerisms. Just be yourself.

Do comment if you’ve made interview bloopers yourself or encountered any. Also, if you’d like to know more about the digital marketing courses we offer, head here.

 

About Monica

Monica is a digital marketing enthusiast, blogger and technical writer. She has helped small businesses with content development for the last 5 years and is now extending the value with online marketing. Her goal is to introduce more businesses to this exciting and profitable marketing medium. 

Connect with her on Linkedin or Twitter for digital marketing assistance or to say hello!

More Blog posts related to Career, Digital Marketing:

Social Media Week Mumbai 2014 – Everything You Need to Know About

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in Conferences, events by web marketing academy, Resources/Blog | 0 comments

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Missed Social Media Week Mumbai 2014 ? We have put together Tweets, Videos, PPT’s for you.

Some Interesting Tweets:

  • I will love to volunteer for SMWMumbai next time – Krinal Gandhi (@ArsenalKookie)
  • Bollywood Trolling: Fun & New Age , One of the Best session – Mrinil Mathur (@DigitalChhokri)
  • The goal of social media is to turn customers into a volunteer marketing army. ~ Jay Baer– tweeted by Nikhil Makwana (@nikhil_makwana1)
  • Sanjay_Tripathy mentions socialPR as new space today– Tweeted by Deepali Naair (@deepalinaair)
  • We don’t have a Twitter strategy, we use it as a listening post: Club Mahindra– Tweeted by @IndianExpress
  • Wondering when will social media events in india will be more case study based instead of #gyaan –Tweeted by @sachinuppal
  • saxenavishakha: Customer focus more important than ‘social’ focus– tweeted by @ashoklalla
  • Your ad spend is inversely proportional to your marketing supply. The higher ur MI, the lower ur as spend. @maheshmurthy — tweeted by Diksha Sethi
  • Apple’ has no official social media presence. They must have something going on there – @maheshmurthy –tweeted by @WeAreMumbai
  • Content requirements will expand massively– tweeted by Vishakha Saxena (@saxenavishakha)
  • The daily reach of #Facebook is 11 million, compare that to the reach of a top English daily which 7.5 million– tweeted by Vishakha Saxena (@saxenavishakha)
  • “I don’t care how many followers you have. I love content & good people. Period. That impacts me.” ~ @2morrowknight– tweeted by @GlenGilmore
  • The problem out here is that they this era has jumped into digital without being given education about it– tweeted by SMWMumbai
  • Even the medical Industry is now looking at social media for approaching their audience– tweeted by SMWMumbai
  • “@andyyrao: Just being DIGITAL…and not SOCIAL..doesn’t help brands to grow– tweete by Amit Panchal
  • Social Media can influence Social Change says Senthil Anand of KRDS– tweeted by (@WeAreMumbai)
  • Here listening to @pradeepchopra @sureshbabu_ @ashwin_ramesh are you making a difference on Social media #SMWMumbai– tweeted by Sampath k Iyengar
  • Creating engaging content: Master story-telling & deliver an “experience” @namchin012 recounts session at #SMWMumbai– tweeted by Manoj Arvindakshan

Thank you team WMA for the Curation:

  1.    Prateek Godiyal, Web Analytics & Operational Professional at HP
    2. Meenakshi Singh
    3. Rehana Parveen
    4. Amit Sinha


Culture at Web Marketing Academy (Pictures)

Posted by on Sep 20, 2014 in Life @WMA, Resources/Blog, We Are Growing, WMA Alumni, WMA Students | 0 comments

Our WMA Students and Alumni enjoy learning Digital Marketing. Every one who takes up the Digital Marketing Course spends more than 3 months in our Academy, this is just the beginning of their journey but all of our students and alumni are with us throughout the careers.

Before they join our courses, they are curious how is the culture, what is it like to be with WMA, so thought of sharing some of the pictures and what our alumni say about Web Marketing Academy.

Here are some Links:

1. Placements at Web Marketing Academy:

2. Birthdays & Celebrations at Web Marketing Academy

3. Events & Activities at Web Marketing Academy

4. Graduations at Web Marketing Academy

5. Industry Expert Knowledge Sharing at Web Marketing Academy

Social Media Week Mumbai 2014 – Pinterest Contest

Posted by on Sep 18, 2014 in Resources/Blog | 0 comments

Social Media Week Mumbai 2014 – Pinterest Contest by Web Marketing Academy

Capture your pintersting experience on your journey to social media week 2014 and pinstagram it using the hashtag #mysmw14 and stand a chance to win a cash price.

Every journey has its own unique experience and their own coincidences.

“Some experiences are too strange or too strong to be coincidences”Social Media Week Mumbai 2014 Contest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TERMS & CONDITIONS

  1. Photos should be originally captured and pinned or instagramed
  2. No filters/ effects should be used as part of the photograph
  3. Photos have to be #hashtaged with the caption #MYSMW14
  4. Photos must be pinned or instagramed on or before Monday 22nd September 2014 before 11pm
  5. Winners would be decided by WMA panels and their decision would be final
  6. Winners will be announced on 23th September@ 3.30 PM during the event-Can Pinterest cause a social change

Our sessions in Social Media Week Mumbai 2014:

  1. Can Pinterest help Social Change? Sep 23rd 2:30 – 3:00 PM
    Novotel, Juhu -Mumbai

  2. http://socialmediaweek.org/mumbai/schedule/

About Social Media Week Mumbai

pproaching its third edition in India and second edition in Mumbai, Social Media Week (SMW) has announced key speakers, who are set to captivate the audience this September, in Mumbai. The line-up of speakers includes social media influencers, bloggers, politicians, authors and international experts, each of whom will share their views on the domain, through presentations panel discussions, debates, workshops, and more. – See more at: http://www.webmarketingacademy.in/social-media-week-mumbai-list-of-speakers/#sthash.3BwyHdW4.dpuf

Approaching its third edition in India and second edition in Mumbai, Social Media Week (SMW) has announced key speakers, who are set to captivate the audience this September, in Mumbai. The line-up of speakers includes social media influencers, bloggers, politicians, authors and international experts, each of whom will share their views on the domain, through presentations panel discussions, debates, workshops, and more. More details here: http://socialmediaweek.org/mumbai/schedule/

Approaching its third edition in India and second edition in Mumbai, Social Media Week (SMW) has announced key speakers, who are set to captivate the audience this September, in Mumbai. The line-up of speakers includes social media influencers, bloggers, politicians, authors and international experts, each of whom will share their views on the domain, through presentations panel discussions, debates, workshops, and more – See more at: http://www.webmarketingacademy.in/social-media-week-mumbai-list-of-speakers/#sthash.V4uVWKIQ.dpuf
Approaching its third edition in India and second edition in Mumbai, Social Media Week (SMW) has announced key speakers, who are set to captivate the audience this September, in Mumbai. The line-up of speakers includes social media influencers, bloggers, politicians, authors and international experts, each of whom will share their views on the domain, through presentations panel discussions, debates, workshops, and more – See more at: http://www.webmarketingacademy.in/social-media-week-mumbai-list-of-speakers/#sthash.V4uVWKIQ.dpuf