PRN: The Choice to Ignore and Avoid Social Media in the Utilities Sector is no Longer Viable
PRN: The Choice to Ignore and Avoid Social Media in the Utilities Sector is no Longer Viable.
The Choice to Ignore and Avoid Social Media in the Utilities Sector is no Longer Viable
LONDON, March 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
624 Million Utility Customers Worldwide Will Use Social Media to Engage with Their Utilities by 2017
According to a recent report from Pike Research, for power utilities the choice to ignore and avoid social media is no longer viable. Make sure you don't miss the opportunity to examine the latest developments & current issues at SMi's Social Media in the Utilities Sector Conference, taking place on the 21st and 22nd May 2012.
Become adept with the 'Big Four' networks: Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and Facebook. Niall O'Malley, Social Media Manager at EDF Energy will be demonstrating why you should uses these four as part of your social media campaign; and the tools and techniques needed to educate employees and customers.
HEAR KEYNOTE ADDRESS FROM:
• Â Â Isaac Pigott, Communications Strategist/Spokesman, Alabama Power
• Â Â Emma Frazer, Industry Head across Utilities, Google
• Â Â Patrick Stella, Lead Media Relations Representative, National Grid
• Â Â Eric Woods, Research Director Smart Industry, Pike Research
• Â Â Niall O'Malley, Social Media Manager, EDF Energy
• Â Â Paige Nunn, Manager, New Media & Market Research, Dominion
• Â Â Rachel Groves, Media & Customer Engagement Manager, Severn Trent
• Â Â Quentin Langley, Senior Lecturer, University of Bedfordshire
• Â Â Tricia Bower, Social Media Manager, Direct Energy
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