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Social Media March Book Club Webinar Recap: Get Bold

Earlier this month we introduced our March Book Club title, Get Bold: Using Social Media to Create a New Type of Social Business, by Sandy Carter. Thanks to our book club partner Pearson Publishing, we were able to send copies to several of our chapter leaders and Professional members to review on our behalf. Thank you to our reviewers Chris […]

Wikibrands Webinar Thursday, March 31st at 2PM EST

Join us on Thursday, March 31st at 2PM EST for our first webinar for Social Media Book Club, with Sean Moffitt and Mike Dover, authors of Wikibrands. Social Media Club launched our Social Media Book Club at the beginning of March, where we will highlight one book per month from the most innovative thought leaders […]

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Social Media Lunch Meat 10/6

I like blogs but sometimes, the amount of content I'm reading gets overwhelming so I resort to my kindergarten days of liking anything with pretty pictures!  Think consuming content + Pretty pictures = Infographics. Information graphics or infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge. These graphics present complex information quickly and clearly[1], […]

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Social Media Lunch Meat 9/22

Last week, yours truly participated as a presenter at Jeff Pulver's #140 Characters Conference: The State of Now, in Boston on Tuesday, September 14th. I spoke about an event Social Media Club Nashville helped organize, which brought together more than 30 volunteers for 24 hours to create a new website, logo and marketing strategy for […]

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Social Media Lunch Meat 9/15

LunchThis This week our favorite review was by Pecctoralmpius who highlighted all the reasons why video content helps us challenge media, by allowing us to create and share our own, as he titled it Freedom of Choice and the Democratization of Propaganda.     Chocolate Rain is a great example of the second pillar of YouTube, the […]

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Social Media Lunch Meat 9/8

How to filter out the people that don't 'get it' on Twitter We have all seen the people in our Twitter feed whose Tweets fall under the T.M.I. (Too Much Information) category.  Perhaps most of their tweets are just noise but we don't want to filter them out completely.  Jolson posted some tips on the social […]

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Social Media Lunch Meat

Our newly weekly feature couldn’t have hit at a better time, back-to-school, first day of September and just a few short weeks before Social Media Club kicks off the SMC Fall Tour 2010, with Chevrolet Cruze. You may now look forward to a new Wednesday (to help get over the hump day blues) feature called […]