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Good to Great: SciComm Proven Tools & Strategies for Public Engagement

Good to Great: SciComm Proven Tools & Strategies for Public Engagement 

Thursday, June 11, 7-8 P.M via Zoom

 

Communications isn’t rocket science, but couldn’t you use a boost? 

Zoom in to NIM for master science communicator top tips to set up your campaign for bigger success.

At this NIM talk, expert science communicator and international speaker Sara Poirier will dive deep into tools, tips & strategies to increase awareness, improve understanding, and/or drive behavioral change.

 

Join #NIMRI virtually to learn to 

  • Identify your audience and meet them where they are
  • Set SMART objectives to achieve your communication goals 
  • Explore a spectrum of objectives to foster deeper engagement with your audiences. 

No matter the channel or platform — now more than ever — audiences demand deeper engagement to inspire their behavior or beliefs — yes there’s research to back that up.

 

After This Deep Dive

You’ll be able to adapt these proven science communication frameworks to maximize your success for your brand and/or your clients. Don’t assume it’ll be more work. Instead, you’ll be maximizing your return on all of the passion and effort you’re putting in. 

 

To fully maximize and implement what you’ll learn, join in for the full series

Save these dates — Zoom details to come:

June 2 — Interactive Marketing Insights Podcast 

Join in as we discuss why science communications frameworks are so successful

June 11 — #NIMRI Deep Dive 

Learn the coveted IP and how-to boost your campaigns using straightforward strategies

June 18 

#NIMRI mastermind-accountability call to apply these best practices to your brand(s) and get custom feedback from our expert speaker 

 

Meet Sara Poirier, MSc. 

Founder, Spark Strategic Science Communication & Public Engagement

As a strategic communicator, Sara helps clients clarify science communication goals and guides them to success with proven tools and approaches. Her expertise ranges from writing and producing educational television programs to developing hands-on exhibits, online games, and other interactive media. Her clients include TVOKids, Relish Interactive, Apartment 11 Productions, Big Bad Boo Studios, Imagine Create Media, and Science North

As a staff scientist at the Ontario Science Centre, Sara developed exhibits and educational programs, and created content for Discovery Channel Canada and the Centre’s podcast and YouTube channels. “Ask Sara,” for TVOKids, became a kids’ favorite. In 2017 she co-produced “When I Grow Up!,” about STEM careers. The Canadian Association of Science Centres recognized her as a 2011 Telus Innovator. 

Sara has a MSc. in Science Communication and Public Engagement and a BSc. in Astrophysics. Her work has appeared in the Association of Science and Technology Centers’ Dimensions, Yale’s Climate Connections, Canadian Water & Wastewater’s e-Bulletin, and the Coalition of Museums for Climate Justice Blog. 

Sara lives in Middletown, R.I. with her husband and two children. She volunteers on the Town’s Open Space and Fields Committee and led the coordination of the first Aquidneck Island Earth Week, a community-wide celebration on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.

 

Newport Interactive Marketing 

 Web marketing specialists welcome traditional marketers, small businesses, and beyond for quality education and great networking … right here in Newport!

 

Newport Interactive Marketing is

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Newport Interactive Marketing

Spend Wisely: Big-Brand Insights to Move YOUR Needle

June 2019

As we enter the 2020s, it is now undeniable that digital marketing and social media are going to be at the forefront of business. Actually, that’s already the case, and if you’re not already optimizing your digital marketing strategies, then that means you are getting left behind.

 

But it’s not too late!

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NIM’s panel of marketing experts are here to demystify the social media age and help you understand how to take advantage of digital marketing and SEO to make your business more successful.

 At this NIMRI event, you will learn about:

  • Current successful digital and social strategies, and what to focus on going into 2020
  • How big brands apply the fundamentals – which affordable tools can inform personas and solve customer problems
  • Affordable tools and achievable tactics
  • Overlooked opportunities
  • The power of Facebook and ads and local SEO
  • Utilizing influencers – what lessons can we learn about connection and messaging?
  • And, of course, get your answers!

Top experts are here to answer your questions and provide New Media insights – and since it is always evolving, there is always more to learn! Join #NIMRI at Spend Wisely: Big-Brand Insights to Move YOUR Needle on June 20th from 6-8 PM at Innovate Newport, the former Sheffield School on Broadway is open!

 

 

Meet Ronni Kenoian

Ronni Kenoian is the marketing manager for leading travel insurance comparison site InsureMyTrip. She oversees the digital marketing of the InsureMyTrip brand, including consumer insights, content strategy, paid search/social advertising, social outreach, and earned media strategy. She also has been intimately involved in a number of new product ideas and development efforts and has been closely aligned with customer needs. Given the demonstrated power of big data, Ronni also leverages the company’s current capabilities to help reinforce the brand. Ronni believes merging creative and technology into cross-functional teams and roles is essential to better executing a winning marketing strategy with long-lasting results.

 

Meet Kevin Vine

Kevin Vine is a digital marketing strategist and he is currently Director of Marketing for Level Ex, a start-up that creates mobile, AR and VR games for physician training using state-of-the-art video game technology and cognitive neuroscience. Previously, he was head of Customer Experience at Collette Tours, and prior to that he led the web, social and mobile teams at Dunkin’ Brands. His experience also extends to consumer insights, content strategy, communications development and, of course, he is always keeping his fingers on the pulse of new and emerging trends and platforms. 

 

 

 

Meet Ana Raynes

Ana Raynes is a thought-leader in the fields of social media and content marketing. Her creative mind led her to study at the London College of Fashion, after which she co-founded the Internet fashion startup Smart is Cool. Raynes has been a motivational speaker as well as an expert in e-marketing, including social media, content marketing, and information technology. She is currently the Vice President of Content Marketing at Didit. She oversees the content marketing needs of agencies and clients across multiple platforms. Raynes also does strategic planning, business development, and strategic growth for social media and SEO. She maintains relationships with bloggers and influencers to keep up with current trends, and to help with her own campaigns.

 

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Web marketing specialists welcome traditional marketers, small businesses, and beyond for quality education and great networking … right here in Newport!

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Bryan Mason gives tips on how to boost your profits by taking advantage of pricing.

Pricing: Tips & Tricks to Boost Profits & Grow Your Brand

Feeling like you’re not in control of your business growth? However, you can get rid of these doubtful feelings by taking advantage of the aspects you do have control over, like price. Actually, You have way more control than you think. If you think you don’t, you won’t want to miss this crucial NIM talk on pricing for your products and services.

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Pricing is a critical tool in creating a successful business. Therefore, if used properly, a pricing strategy can help to drive customer behavior. In this NIM talk, you’ll learn:

  • The role of pricing in business success
  • What you need to know before setting prices
  • Which different pricing strategies are appropriate for each situation

If you are a small business owner or are involved with setting prices at your company, you won’t want to miss this FREE talk to help make your pricing profitable.

Meet Bryan Mason
Bryan Mason is a Principal of the Apollo Consulting Group. Apollo Consulting, a business consulting organization, works with small and medium-sized companies. It works to improve profitability, get more customers and improve operational efficiency. He brings over thirty years of corporate, consulting and entrepreneurial experience in a variety of industries. Also, he holds two degrees in Economics and is the originator of the Apollo Profit Acceleration Technique™, Apollo’s uniquely effective profit improvement process. It is simply the fasted way to increase profits. Also, he was a Volunteer Mentor for the Rhode Island Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (RI-CIE). In addition, he is an active member of the Institute of Management Consultants USA and the Association of Strategic Planning. Additionally, Bryan writes a blog providing useful advice for small companies.

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Scott Indermaur discusses the best practices for using photography to your advantage in a tech-savvy world.

Get Seen! Videos & Visuals: Pro’s tips at your fingertips

Looking to amp your Instagram? How else can you capture your brand visually? How do you use those images to boost your brand online & beyond?

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Get straightforward answers to these & more from professional photographer and video specialist Scott Indermaur — plus tips & tricks you need be relevant in a world where:

  • People remember 80% of what they see vs. 20% of what they read & 10% of what they hear.
  • Instagram engagement is 10x Facebook. 71% of brands are expected to be on Instagram in 2018.
  • By 2019, video content will comprise 80% of global Internet consumption.

With visuals to show you how you’ll learn

  • How to frame your images and video for mobile consumption
  • Which digital &  social media channels and tools to use to save time
  • Tips & tricks to be motivated and keep your brand relevant
  • Strategies & processes to keep the images flowing

Whether you’re a photographer wanting to sharpen your digital edge or a thrifty entrepreneur with no budget, or simply looking to expand your personal skillset: Don’t miss this FREE talk.

Stay relevant in this ever-visual world we aim to succeed in with NIM.

To kickoff 2018 and heading into NIM’s 10th year, we welcome back professional photographer and video specialist Scott Indermaur for his 3x time speaking at NIM.

Meet Scott Indermaur

With 20+ years of photography and video experience, Scott Indermaur has built his career sharing stories through visuals. His gift lies in discovering the familiar in the exotic and the remarkable in the ordinary. Also, he is the backbone and member of the Indermaur Media team, serving clients like BCBS of Rhode Island, Black & Decker, Ryder, Land Rover and IBM,  plus titans of the financial industry. Returning to his photojournalism roots from his early days, Scott remains very involved in creating multimedia stories.

Fly over the common bumps in the photography business, whether you’re an events/wedding specialist, commercial, corporate, or a veteran photographer. Stop struggling and enjoy your business and your craft with time-tested and proven wisdom from a 25-year photography veteran who’s living the life he loves. It’s free to call. https://www.visualcreativecoach.com/20-min-intro-form

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Flash Talks Over Newport Harbor: Maximizing Reviews, Podcast Guesting, Woo-ing Influencers

  • Wondering how you can engage influencers?
  • Which big brand social media insights can you adapt?
  • Considering becoming a guest on a podcast?
  • How can you gain and maximize online reviews of your brand?

Eliciting & maximizing online reviews

You’ll learn about:

  • How to get reviews for Yelp, Google, Facebook, and more
  • Top tips to create a review-gen process
  • Templates, best practices, tricks, etc.
  • How to respond to negative reviews
  • How to populate your reviews

Be empowered to maximize your reviews with the right tools, strategies, and a checklist of to-dos.

Meet Darwin Liu!

 

Darwin Liu is a 10-year digital marketing veteran and an avid website investor.  He doesn’t know all the right marketing answers but he’s definitely made enough wrong ones to know what not to do.

Darwin the owner of  xagency.com, an invite-only e-commerce agency, the go-to marketing guy for 30+ small businesses and the founder of Smallbusinessmarketing.com, which is coming soon!

Woo-ing Influencers, Marriott Style

NIM members include some serious social media pros & we’re thrilled to have Marriott International’s very rare social media coordinator sharing her insights, including

  • How Marriott uses social media to create touchpoints throughout the purchasing process
  • Opportunities to find & engage influencers
  • How to evaluate various social channels to promote your brand — Alexa manages 23 channels!
  • Ways to maximize your events with social media

Meet Alexa Furtado!

 

Strategizing & fulfilling demand for 23 social media and customer review channels, Alexa Furtado is the Social Media Coordinator for the Newport Marriott hotel, three restaurants, and a spa and fitness center. A longtime NIM member, Alexa is one of Marriott Americas division’s few social media coordinators, created after the Newport Marriott’s $40 million renovations began in 2014. Alexa previously worked in nonprofit marketing, public relations, and event management.

Becoming an expert guest, podcast-style

According to Pew Research, 21% of Americans over age 12 have listened to a podcast in the past month. With more than 60,000 podcasts to choose from, including a podcast specifically for pizzerias, the opportunity is ripe. Another fab NIM asset, Jessica will share her flash insights, including

  • Why being a guest expert on podcasts is a great way to build your brand
  • Tips on how to get started and be an ideal podcast guest
  • How to position yourself as an asset to the podcast hosts

Meet Jessica Rhodes!

 

Jessica Rhodes is the founder & CEO of Interview Connections,  the leading guest-booking agency for podcasters and guest experts.  Jessica is has been a speaker at Podcast Movement, Podfest.us, and Dream Business Academy.

Come on out for a fun night with NIM: meet some fantastic professionals and entrepreneurs & gather some tips to help your brand thrive.

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Learn 7 Steps to SEO Sucess in 2017 (and Beyond)

Feeling behind on the latest SEO ranking factors? Overwhelmed by all the SEO news, algorithm changes, or blog posts claiming the ‘newest strategies?’

This session will cut through all the noise and get right to the top seven things you need to focus on for SEO success.

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You’ll learn about:

  • The biggest myths to ignore in SEO today.
  • How SEO fits into your overall digital marketing plan.
  • The most critical technical issues to focus on (how to find and fix them).
  • How to find ‘keyword gaps’ for huge marketing opportunities (one client of Shure’s is getting 2,000+ high-quality visits a month from one piece of content, with no link building.)
  • The hugely important metric of SEO success no one is talking about (and how to leverage it).
  • How to really measure and attribute SEO success in Google Analytics (including whether your content is ‘working’).
  • The top three factors for local SEO success.

You’ll leave feeling more empowered and inspired to make immediate changes to your website for SEO success. We’ll provide you with the right tools, strategies, and checklist of to-dos to make that happen in 2017 and beyond!

Meet our expert speaker, Dan Shure!

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Dan Shure is the owner of Evolving SEO and host of Experts On The Wire Podcast.

At Evolving SEO, he has helped companies large and small grow their traffic and solve challenging SEO problems. He is also a Moz Associate, and recently taught a 10 hour SEO course for the Conversation XL Institute.

As a podcast host, Dan has interviewed over 60 marketing experts and influencers like Rand Fishkin (Moz), Jon Mueller (Google), and Pamela Wilson (Copy Blogger). ‘Experts’ is known for in-depth research, digging deep into uncommon questions, and generating compelling discussions.

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Simple Tips for DIY Videos

“You can talk all day about SEM and SEO. What your client needs is great VIDEO,” said photographer and video producer Marc Creedon.

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Panelists speak to the #NIMRI attendees at Caleb & Broad in Newport, offering tips on how to make DIY videos look professional.

Video is increasingly important on social media – even Facebook has begun to feature it heavily. If social media is becoming more focused on video, so should your social media marketing strategy.

But video is expensive, right? How can you do-it-yourself without compromising quality?

Newport Interactive Marketers brought a panel of professionals who can give you tips and tricks of the trade in order to begin incorporating video more prominently in your social media strategy.

Each panelist has decades of experience but has also kept up with current technology. We’ve brought them to Newport for you, because that’s how we roll here at NIM.

Meet Our Video Pro Panelists

Hal Landen is a cameraman, producer, and author who has traveled the world on assignments and written how to books to assist businesspeople incorporate video in their marketing strategy. He says to check your equipment before you start shooting so you know that when the time comes, everything will be working correctly.

Jim Egan, who was a commercial photographer for 30 years and now runs the Newport Tower Museum on weekends, has also written 12 books and now shoots web content for agencies and businesses in Rhode Island. Egan says the key to a successful image is gesture and proper lighting. Motion, emotion and visual appeal are essential to a good video.

Marc Creedon, a photographer and video producer, says the best camera is the one you have with you. Journalists often use their phones to document what is happening, so learn how to use your phone to make your video look professional.

Scott Indermaur is a former journalist who is now a commercial photographer, handling multimedia projects for clients. It’s important to interview well, he says, but make it feel like a conversation, with moments of true emotion.

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  • Don’t be afraid to shoot with your phone.
  • Make sure adequate battery and memory is available.
  • Close all other apps.
  • Shoot in landscape mode.
  • Instead of using zoom, use your legs and get closer.
  • Pan the camera sparingly.
  • Don’t be afraid to get the shot.

Editing Tips

  • Don’t edit on your phone; edit on the computer.
  • Take advantage of free photo editing software.
  • Use short snippets to show different aspects of a scene.
  • Leave cliffhangers to entice people to watch your other videos.
  • Music is essential to make a video professional. Try Free Stock Music for free downloads.
  • Create a look by trying Font Squirrel for free fonts and Fiverr for logos.
  • Shoot a lot, edit a lot, and make mistakes.

What were participants tweeting during the panel?

 


Many thanks to our venue sponsor, Caleb & Broad. It’s a familiar location for longtime NIM folks, but it’s totally renovated inside and has excellent food at locals’ prices.

Check out NIM’s upcoming event here. Make sure you preregister because events fill up quickly!

Competitive Intelligence: Ask Why?

Competitive intelligence is the key to making smart and educated decisions for your business strategy – and understanding why a competitor’s business strategy works is the key to integrating that information into your own business model.

Big Fish Results founder Tony Guarnaccia presented at NIM’s April 15 networking-learning event, and emphasized the importance of competitive intelligence and of asking “Why?” Drawing upon 15+ years of experience, Guarnaccia gave an animated and detailed lecture to help Rhode Island’s local businesses, bigger brands, and agencies improve their strategic planning.

5 Big Questions to Ask

When conducting a competitive analysis, Big Fish Results uses a top-down process to answer five questions:

  1. How much traffic do you generate versus your competitors?
  2. Where is this traffic coming from?
  3. How much does your competitor spend on advertising?
  4. What are the specific search terms they use to create SEO?
  5. WHY? What’s triggering certain types of data and data points?

Tools to Use to Aquire Competitive Intelligence

You can use online tools to acquire data on your competitors and work toward answering these questions. But Guarnaccia reminded everyone, “The tools aren’t the secret. It’s what you do with them that makes a difference.”

Here are just a few examples:

  • SEMrush – Online software that offers keyword research and other data on competitors.
  • Google Trends – Offers data on keywords and shows trends in topics online.
  • Google Keyword Planner – Find data and conduct tests on keywords before you use them.
  • SimilarWeb – Allows you to compare your traffic data to that of your competitors.
  • Simply Measured – Provides data on audiences, competitors, and conversations to help develop a targeted strategy.

Competitive Intelligence

Once you’ve acquired information on your competitors, learn how to use it. This is what Big Fish Results would do:

• Segment your data – Keep your outreach relevant to each target audience by personalizing information.
• Look at trends – Find out what your target audience cares about and what your competitors are doing well.
• Benchmark – Have measures to compare your results to your competitors’ and set goals.
• Filter – Only use the strategies that apply to your brand and your audience so you don’t confuse or turn away people who you want to reach.
• Exclude Brand Keywords – Use keywords that your potential clients will be searching for.
• CREATE ACTION! – Use calls to action that inspire your audience.

About Tony Guarnaccia

Now the “captain” of Big Fish Results, Guarnaccia formerly ran digital advertising for ADP, where he worked with dozens of Fortune 500 companies, such as Ford Motor Company, Lithia, General Motors and BMW. Guarnaccia uses his experience with these big-name brands to make Rhode Island’s local businesses, bigger brands and agencies compete with huge names and become Big Fish in their market.

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Here’s what some of the Newport Interactive Marketers were saying on Twitter about NIM’s event, “Secrets of Your Competition”:

Mia Lupo: For traffic trends, compare long-term performance; identify surprising peaks and dips then WHY this happens #NIMRI #trends

David Englund: Getting “schooled” from Big Fish Results is like drinking from the fire hydrant at #nimri

Ryan Belmore: So much great information was shared last night at #NIMRI! Nice to see everyone and thank you Midtown Oyster Bar and @sue_DesigEditor!

Newport Restoration: Archive.org- a good way to see how far a company’s come & what they can do to improve. #NIMRI

Join the Conversation on Twitter using #NIMRI. Or sign up for NIM event announcements using the box at the top right of this page.

Check out the next NIM event here. Make sure you preregister to get a spot before it fills up!

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#InstagramExpert National Speaker Comes to Newport

Instagram = opportunity for your brand, whether you’re a shop or a B2B. Find out how to make Instagram pay off from the leading #InstagramExpert who just spoke at Social Media Marketing World in San Diego.  And she’s coming to teach you, here in Newport, for FREE.

Google and Facebook also value visual storytelling, but Instagram is now the fastest-growing social media platform. Now is the time to make Instagram work for your brand or businesses.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn

  • Ways to make Instagram a part of your comprehensive social media marketing plan
  • How to get started on Instagram and have a strategy to support you
  • How to generate leads and foster a community for business growth

Plus, see what you can do that’s worked for small businesses and big brands to gain maximum exposure on Instagram and beyond.

Meet The #InstagramExpert Sue B. Zimmerman
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Sue B. Zimmerman is the #instagramexpert, founder of Insta-Results (the world’s first comprehensive online Instagram course) and author of the #1 e-book Instagram Basics for Your Business. She’s a popular CreativeLive instructor, powerful speaker on prominent stages like #SMMW15, and highly sought-after business coach. She’s passionate about teaching entrepreneurs, business execs, and marketing professionals. She teaches how to easily leverage the power of Instagram to get tangible business results. A serial entrepreneur, Sue B. has started more than 18 businesses, including her own boutique SueB Do, Boxer Rebellion, and Sue B. Zimmerman Enterprise. With her extensive knowledge in social media and 30+ years of business experience, it’s Sue B.’s mission to teach, mentor, and empower others to be highly successful entrepreneurs.

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DIY Video: Tips From the Experts

Video is becoming increasingly important, especially with Facebook favoring it heavily. Some even speculate that Facebook is trying to take down YouTube.

But it’s is expensive, right?  How can you do-it-yourself? And be successful?

Each panelist at this NIM event not only has decades of experience but has also kept up with technology and is willing to offer tips and pro secrets… because that’s how we roll here at NIM.

The four speakers will cover a wide variety of topics including:

  • How to tell a heartfelt, connected story
  • Corporate and personal strategies
  • How to DIY using smartphones
  • A photojournalistic approach
  • How to keep things short and sweet

By 2017, video will account for 69% of all consumer Internet traffic, according to Cisco. So get ahead with social’s new trending strategy!

Meet Our  Pro Panelists

Hal Landen has been working as a freelance cameraman and producer since 1977. Since that time, he has produced award-winning work as well as wrote his first book, Marketing With Digital Video: How to Create a Winning Video for Your Small Business or Non-Profit.

Jim Egan, for 30 years, was a commercial photographer in Providence’s Jewelry District. Additionally, Jim shoots photos and video web content for corporations, ad agencies, and design studios throughout Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.

Marc Creedon is the owner and creative director at Marc Creedon Multimedia. Marc is a photographer, videographer as well as contributes to a variety of other projects.

Scott Indermaur has been sharing stories for two decades through the visual language of photography. He travels nationally and internationally to create multimedia stories, annual reports, advertisements and editorial and corporate photography.

“You can talk all day about SEM and SEO, what you need is great VIDEO.” – Marc Creedon

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