On Air with Boss Mode Radio: Social Etiquette

30 July 2018 6:41 pm

Did you catch Meg on Boss Mode Radio this month?

Meg chats with Lavinia Wehr all about social media in Perth in this Social Etiquette episode. And it all starts with Snapchat…

Boss Mode Radio LogoPart 1 you’ll hear all about Meg’s first digital beginnings with a family computer in 1984 to how she came about working in the digital marketing industry and starting Social Media Perth.

After the break in part 2 Meg chats about working for herself. To why you need to have experience in an office at least part of your career. From trackies to positive work vibes and authenticity. You’ll also find out what Meg thinks Perth and Western Australia lack when it comes to social media. Plus hear some comments about the botched Federal Health Department Influencer campaign.

In part 3 Lavinia and Meg chat about the changes over the last 5 years with social media in Perth and where the industry is heading. From Instagram to voice search and messenger.

In the final segment in part 4, Lavinia asks Meg about why she thinks SM Perth has been so successful and what is to come over the next couple of years. There is also chats about SM Perth internships, State of Social 2019 and also Meg’s one social media tip that makes all the difference!

About Boss Mode Radio

Boss Mode Radio is Perth’s 24/7 online radio station for all anyone who is looking to start and grow their business. From small business owners to CEOS, boss ladies, entrepreneurs, students, freelancers, startups and more will benefit from tuning in.

Lavinia Wehr hosts the Boss Mode Radio Social Etiquette which features a variety of digital marketers and social media gurus. Lavinia was also an ambassador for Perth’s first social media conference State of Social in 2018.
Find out more about Boss Mode Radio via bossmoderadio.com.au.

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On Air with Boss Mode Radio: Social Etiquette
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