Mid term presentations

This afternoon’s presentations

#MARK526 Social media marketing 

Sabina’s excellent presentation


Grades Submitted


MAN540 Strategic Management

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MARK526 Social Media Marketing

Congratulations everyone on an excellently completed course.

We all learned a lot, and became more aware of the variety of social media, and how we can analyse if the social media is effective.

Good luck with your marketing careers!

Dr Karen Howells





Feedback on Mid Term Presentations in Social Media Marketing


All presentations have passed and scored highly.

  • All students selected a good choice of media for the product or service.
  • Everyone did an excellent SWOT analysis.
  • There was also a consensus of opinion on the role of ethics and valuing people.

Improvements could have been made by:

  • concentrating on the Guerilla marketing part of the assignment
  • Cutting down the length in terms of words and slides
  • creating more colourful and stylish slides
  • not repeating theory
  • giving analysis
  • not creating a business plan