Making the Most of Social Media on May 19

Modern Marketing for Photographers: Making the Most of Social Media - May 19, 2014

The key to marketing success is not wasting your time. Not all marketing opportunities are created equal, and this is especially true when it comes to social media. If you’ve ever spent time trying to market yourself through Facebook or Twitter, only to feel like you’ve wasted your time, this seminar is the one for you.

Grover Sanschagrin, PhotoShelter.comPhotoshelter.comOn May 19, Grover Sanschagrin, VP of Business Development and Co-Founder of, will host Modern Marketing for Photographers: Making the Most of Social Media – a talk about the ways in which social media can contribute significantly to a photographer’s marketing efforts. He will explore Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Vimeo, YouTube, Tumblr, LinkedIn, and other modern marketing channels. You will leave with a better understanding of which of these sites makes the most sense for you and your business.

Grover has served in management roles for several major internet entities, including,, and He is also a founder and Executive Producer of, the largest sports photography website on the Internet. He worked as a staff photographer for several newspapers in Michigan before turning his attention to photography-centered technology projects.

There’s no question that Social Media is the key to any successful marketing plan in the 21st century. Be sure to be there May 19 to get a few answers!

Monday May 19, 2014
6:00-7:00 – Social
7:00 – 9:00 – Event

UNC Center City • 320 E. 9th Street • Charlotte, NC 28202

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How to get there:
By Car: On street/self serve, parking lot ($4.00). See UNCC Parking.
By Light Rail: Go to 7th Street Station. Walk 5 minutes. Plan your trip.

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In Advance:
$5 – APA & AIGA members
$15 – Non-members
$5 – Students w/valid ID

At the Door: Add $5 to the above.

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