This month's Social Media Club Austin panel focuses on how new innovations in social media are impacting all aspects of the transportation industry. Thank you to all our sponsors, the great panel, @equintanilla for moderating and everyone who attended.
Thank you to everyone who came out to February's meeting on inforgraphics. We had a great turn out, and a lot of great information was covered.
Musician Brian May once said, “A good video can make all the difference”. Well, he may have been talking about music videos for his band but the meaning of his sentiment can be applied to the importance of using video as a key component of strategic online marketing and new media.
The July Social Media Club Book Review this month is Steve Garfield’ “Get Seen”. Steve is an expert video blogger, video producer and has extensive experience in consulting with and advising Fortune 500 brands and video advisor to many of the Web’s early video start-ups.
Social Media Club Book Review: “Curation Nation” by Steven Rosenbaum
I am grateful for the opportunity to be participating in the Social Media Club Book Club and to share my thoughts on the May selection, “Curation Nation” by Steven Rosenbaum. After reading this, I encourage you to add it to your reading list. Move it to the top if you can.
Before receiving the selection, I had been struggling both professionally and personally with the context of conversations I was having with people. This new obsession with context professionally, made me go back and rethink the strategic planning around my client’s brands and their audiences. Personally, this led me to question whether or not I had let the ease and simplicity of digital tools such as text and email dilute the meaningful conversations I could be having with my family and friends.