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Monday, May 8 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
How Social Media Can Be Part of Your Set of Technical Communication Skills

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With the emergence of social media in the last decade or so, there has been a paradigm shift in consumers. They no longer rely on conventional advertisements or marketing/technical literature to make a purchase. They would rather rely on a trusted source within the online or social community who can influence their purchasing decision by providing a true, holistic view of the product or its features. Brands also realize the true reach and engagement of social media influencers, and thus want to work with them in order to create authentic content about their offering, drive engagement around their brand, and push traffic to their websites or landing pages. 

Technical communicators all over the world are known to have a range of skills or abilities that make them successful in the workplace. By being the best communicators within the organization, they can leverage third-party social media tools like blogs, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. to create a communication channel with customers, potentially influencing their purchasing decisions in the process.

My presentation will focus on how social media can be part of your set of technical communication skills.


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Rahul Prabhakar

Rahul Prabhakar (37) is essentially a travel enthusiast from India whose love for the folklore took him to over ten countries, including South Korea where he stayed with his family from 2005 to 2012.  Rahul has over 15 years of technical communication experience and is a leading member of the global technical writing community. He has a Bachelors of Technology degree in Electrical Engineering and an Advanced Masters in Management of Global Enterprises. Rahul has worked for some of the world's leading technology companies such as Samsung, Oracle, etc. He blogs at "When the Muse Strikes!" to help young people get info on new travel and culture stories from around the globe, including tidbits on technology, product launches, lifestyle, food, events, and much more (see... Read More →



Monday May 8, 2017 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Baltimore 1/2

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