Making Social Media Profitable

The Social Media Boot Camp will help business owners achieve and maintain profitability.

Nassau, Bahamas, The, May 04, 2013 --( Entrepreneurs, corporate workers, sales people, businessmen, small business owners, churches, and individuals will convene at The Sheraton Beach Resort for the first ever Social Media Bootcamp on May 30th & 31st. According to a survey conducted last December, the average American spends almost 61/2 hours on social media. These workshops are designed to help participants leverage the time spent using social media.

President and CEO of The Publicity Agency (Bahamas), Miranda Inniss said, “With the increasing popularity of Social Media globally and its impact on our personal and professional lives, this is an ideal time to introduce the Bootcamp to the community. As an entrepreneur, I understand the challenges business owners face in engaging customers and maintaining profitability. The Social Media Bootcamp will offer participants opportunities to use social media effectively to help grow their business.”

Social Media consultant Crystal Washington out of Houston, Texas is among the group of facilitators at this year’s event She’s made appearances on CBS, ABC, and NBC as one of the thought leaders in the field. Workshop sessions include:

• You’re on Social Media – Now What?
• Social Media Marketing Made Simple
• Social Media for Sales Professionals
• Cyber Crime
• Crisis Management in Social Media
• The Future of Social Media – Trends and Strategy

Other facilitators include Ricardo Berris of the MI Group of Companies and Shop BVM, Inspector Mark Barnett from the Cyber Crime Department of The Royal Bahamas Police Force and Miranda Inniss.

A technology component is included in this year’s Bootcamp where participants will have the opportunity to learn more about the latest gadgets on the market, and participants in demonstrations to touch and experience their capabilities. Registration is underway at
The Publicity Agency (Bahamas)
Miranda Inniss