Social Media Clubhouse Newsletter (4/12/12)
SOCIAL MEDIA CLUB CHAPTERS EMBODY “IF YOU GET IT, SHARE IT”
Social Media Club was founded to share best practices across the industry by building community and providing a collaborative environment to teach and learn.
Over the last few years many of our chapters have gone above and beyond by providing workshops or on-going training to individuals, local government and nonprofit organizations.
This idea of local talent helping local businesses around these emerging technologies is more than we could ask for, and we’re incredibly proud of our chapters who give back so much to their communities.
Did you know that SMC Austin selects a nonprofit to work with every six months and provides on-going training and support? Or that SMC Lawrence hosts monthly crowdsourcing events for nonprofits to brainstorm marketing ideas and get feedback from local professionals? This is just a taste of what our chapters are doing across the globe, and you can read more here. Tell us how your chapter is giving back and it may be featured on our Clubhouse blog.
You can also follow SMC Editorial Team Member, Susan Breidenbach who has helped cover 20+ chapters in an effort to highlight what makes each SMC chapter unique.
Social Media Club chapters are a reflection of their communities, so get involved! And don’t forget, “If you get it, share it!”
APRIL BOOK CLUB WEBINAR
This month we are introducing one of the industry’s newest titles, Optimize: How to Attract and Engage More Customers by Integrating SEO, Social Media, and Content Marketing by Lee Odden, who serves as CEO of TopRank Online Marketing.
Come explore the world of search with us in a members-only complimentary webinar on Tuesday, April 24th at 2pm EST with author, Lee Odden. Register here!
EDITORIAL TEAM HIGHLIGHTS
Another week, another batch of great articles from our editorial team. Did you read Old School (Literally) Meets New School – Universities Go Social? Or Content, Content, and….More Content?
The Editorial Team reflects Social Media Club’s global community with bloggers from Mexico, Sweden, France, The Netherlands, India and the United States.
Meet the team and follow them on Twitter.