Community Manager Appreciation Day

Every organization has ‘that one’. That one person who is always providing feedback and thinking about ways to improve your product, your service, your marketing, your internal processes. That one that invests the time needed (including weekends) to make sure people have the information they need, when they need it. That one that oversees and […]

Global Communication Strategy – it’s mobile social, feature phone world!

Smart phones are great to own, and over the last holiday season, consumers doubled the number of purchases made via a mobile device versus the prior April – interestingly 90% of those were made on an Apple device.   This is good news for the growth of mobile and smartphones, but in a global communications […]

Hey Small Business, It’s Time to Get Serious About Social

When it comes to small business, challenges in developing a smart, successful social media presence are the same as most face in all facets of their business – time and money.   Most small businesses now know they have to get on board but time can be one of the most precious commodities and that’s […]

Social Media Clubhouse Newsletter (1/19/12)

SOCIALMEDIACLUB.ORG GOES ‘DARK’ TO PROTEST SOPA & PIPA BILLS On Wednesday, January 18th, along with dozens of other sites including Reddit, Wikipedia and Craigslist, ‘went dark’ in protest of some legislation that seeks to strangle our beloved Internet.  These bills known as Stop Internet Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA) were created with […]

Social Media Club Chapters Share Knowledge with Local Charities

Social Media Club’s motto is “if you get it, share it” and never before have we seen our tagline in action than with a few chapters around the country who we’d like to highlight for their charitable activities in their communities. Over the last few years, Social Media Club chapters in Lawrence, Austin, Cache Valley […]

A Wallflower Joins the Social Party

A year ago, if you’d told me I’d be writing this post, have my own blog, use Twitter regularly, and have not one, but two Facebook pages, I’d have collapsed in laughter. But, 12 months is a very long time when it comes to social media. I am, by nature and habit, an introvert. On […]

How 2012’s Eye-Popping Internet Statistics Affect You & My Mom

I’ve never done this before, so please be gentle with me. I’m writing a blog post based on a Hubspot blog post based on an eMarketer study on 2012 U.S. digital media usage.  Why, you ask? Well, the facts themselves are interesting for social media practitioners and in your post-holiday glow, you might have missed […] will 'go dark' on January 18th to protest SOPA and PIPA

Social Media Club is joining Wikipedia, Reddit and other influential tech firms in protesting the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) and our website will ‘go dark’ for 20 hours from Wednesday, January 18th at 12:00am EST to Wednesday, January 18th at 8pm EST as a way to show what might […]

Liz Albert (Ascendant) Shares Social Business Insights with Chris Heuer

Social Media Club had the pleasure of attending Le Web 2011 back in December, where our Founder and Chairman, Chris Heuer interviewed Liz Albert, Director of Marketing of Ascendant to discuss one of the hottest topics at Le Web, Social Business.  Liz explains her company’s unique approach to helping their client’s figure out what path they should take […]

Pinterest: Pin It While It’s Hot

If you haven’t heard about Pinterest, you’re missing out on the hottest social media site to hit Twitter since well, Twitter! For those of you who are lovers of WeddingGawker, Tastespotting and other visual bookmarking sites, Pinterest is the catch-all mecca you have been craving. Now you can tag anything and everything you like on […]