In this webinar, Ginger Plumbo, Dennis Douda, Stacy Theobald, and Margaret Shepard will explain the process of integrating earned, owned, and social media efforts to tell the story of Mayo Clinic's first face transplant.
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Q. what time is this webinar live in Australia? I’m based in Melbourne. Also, if i miss it live, can I view a recording?
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According to my world clock 2 pm Central Daylight Time Monday is 5 am Tuesday in Melbourne, @belindahealey. I suspect that’s a bit early for you :-). However, the webinar will be archived a couple of hours after we’re done, so you can watch it later that day. Hope you find it useful!
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Thanks you for the reply Dan, appreciated. Actually 5am is my favourite time! It’s currently 5.40am now and i’ve been working on my laptop since 5am – so I will tune in live on Monday. Q. Do you know if this is this an interactive webinar?
Great! But I believe it’s 5 am Tuesday for you. You can ask questions in the comment box during the webinar.
I guess that’s 3am Perth Australia time!
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Is there a hash tag for live tweeting?
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Are you planning to repost this in the future? What are your next steps?
A great story. Thanks for sharing how things came together for your team to share it. I wondered if the influencer posts were planned in advance, or if they just happened organically?
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Can you give some examples of the negative comments you received? If anyone said anything nasty about the patient, how did you address that? Thanks for sharing this — great webinar.
You mentioned that on social media with negative posts, you considered deleting or hiding posts. What was the criteria for hiding and for deleting?
Great story! Solid reminder of steps taken with focus on the patient. Will you share the PP from today’s presentation?
How have we measured the ROI of this effort?
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