Feb 3, 2016 Event: The Best Free Online Tools For Editors

Do you want to learn how to schedule posts for social media, create GIF files, edit photos, analyze social engagement and effectively organize your brand? It might be easier to achieve than you think, and there are online tools that will help you do it all for free!

We’ve invited two industry experts to speak about the best free tools available online that can help they way you manage everyday activity for your brand. This includes everything from scheduling assistants and Intranet chat platforms to cloud-based apps and editing software — all meant to save you time, drive engagement and help you manage your budget more efficiently.

Lauren Reyes-Grange, a digital marketer and strategist who has developed strategies for a variety of Canadian publications, not-for-profits and international brands, and Graham Scott, a self-described “media geek” and Digital Managing Editor for Canadian Business will be presenting the best free online tools for editors.

EVENT DETAILS: 
When: Wednesday, February 3, 2016, 8:30 to 10 a.m.
Where: Nespresso Boutique Bar, 159 Cumberland St. (in Yorkville), Toronto
Cost: $15 for members, $20 for non-members (or $20 and $25 at the door)

Please buy tickets now or RSVP to csmeadmin at canadianeditors dot com to secure your spot and help us manage numbers.

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Membership renewal reminder
A gentle reminder that it’s membership renewal season. If you haven’t yet, please click here to renew your CSME membership, and stay in the know about upcoming mixers, industry news and relevant information. Plus, keep in mind that you need to be a CSME member in order to enter our annual Editor’s Choice Awardsso save yourself the hassle closer to the deadline and register for your membership today. Patron memberships which cover your entire masthead are $450 annually, and single membership costs $100 per year.

SAVE THE DATE: This year’s CSME Editor’s Choice Awards Gala will take place during MagNet on Wedneday, June 8th, 2016. Stay tuned for submission guidelines and details.

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