Digital Marketing Client Relations, Radiancy
Joshua Harden is a graduate of Auburn University with a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences pre-med concentration and a minor in business. While attending Auburn University, Mr. Harden conducted vigorous genetic research studies and was selected, as a finalist for Auburn’s student research symposium. In addition to his work in research, he also delved into business, competing in Auburn University’s Tiger Cage business pitch competition. As a result of this, Mr. Harden was selected to receive a scholarship and a place in Auburn’s Tiger Cage Business accelerator program. In addition to his work on campus, Mr. Harden worked in the community, volunteering at the local head-start and working with children from underprivileged backgrounds. Since graduating from Auburn, he has made a career in the stock market as an investor, investment advisor, and investment coach. Mr. Harden also works in the digital marketing and client relations for a tech company called Radiancy. One of Radiancy’s top clients is AT&T and he is over their digital marketing for Central and West coast region
Overview: Social media platforms play a significant role in our daily lives with 3.5 billion users globally and nearly 300 million in the United States. When used properly, platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, WhatsApp, Weixin/WeChat, and YouTube are invaluable resources for employment, entrepreneurship, e-commerce, education, elections, and entertainment. There is a dark side, however. The increasing amounts of misinformation, disinformation, bullying, deep fakes, and unaccountable influencers have raised the question of whether the benefits outweigh the negative daviseffects. Are the algorithms that are used helpful or hurtful? During this workshop, panelists will discuss their opinions regarding these platforms and the greater awareness and skills that are needed in navigating the perils, pitfalls, and possibilities of social media.
Sponsor: Ed Choice