The goal of #SMSsummit is to bring in presentations that deliver helpful, tangible, and actionable real-world tips and knowledge to first responders and public safety professionals.
Here's what we look for in speaking submissions:
- Session ideas with clear, concise takeaways for attendees. What are 3 things attendees will be able to do after attending your session?
- Case studies. What are some practical, real-life examples attendees can relate to?
- As much detail as possible! The more info we have about your potential session, the better we'll be able to gauge whether it's a good fit for our audience.
Relevant topics include:
- Social media crisis communications
- Community engagement and relationship building using social
- Deep dives into platform-specific strategies: Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, TikTok, Facebook, YouTube
- Unique programs or campaigns that leverage social media to serve your communities
- Content creation best practices
- Social media strategies for small teams and solo PIOs or social media managers
- Tips for collaborating with leadership and other departments on social initiatives
- Social media analytics, performance measurement, and KPIs
The perks of being an #SMSsummit speaker:
- Exposure on the event website, emails, newsletters, and other marketing materials
- Opportunity to publish on the Social Media Strategies Summit blog
- Complimentary full access speaker pass to the summit
- Virtual networking, new business contacts, and learning
If you find yourself nodding to the following points — we want to hear from you.
- You’re open to partnering with #SMSsummit to deliver a great summit experience for attendees
- You’re interested in attending the whole event and engaging online with attendees
- You’re willing to help spread the word about the event to your network and within your company
Before submitting, please note...
Any companies offering services or solutions to our audience may be required to fund their speaking opportunity as part of a sponsorship. Each submission will be reviewed thoroughly.
Events do not have deadlines for sending in proposals. Potentially available speaking opportunities are on a first-come, first-served basis. Thank you for your understanding.