If you find yourself in a job interview or a meeting with your supervisor, and the dude on the other side of the table asks you to hand over your Facebook password so he can dredge through your private posts for embarrassing evidence of your unemployability, you may be able to refuse to let him on legal grounds.
That is, if you’re in Kansas.
You met the right person, at the right time and you’re ready to spend the rest of your life with him or her. The proposal is a big deal, and you want it to be unique. Well, good luck with that. You have to compete with the skydiving, Twitter, and rock concert proposal standards already set before you. And don’t even think that you can beat the Internet Meme Proposal. So, what unique proposal medium hasn’t been used yet? That’s right, Pinterest.
Here’s to the lucky couple that make it big on the internet for the first ever Pinterest proposal. Ready to take the plunge? Then read on.
How To Create A Pinterest Proposal
Are you a designer? Awesome, this is will be easy for you. Are you not a designer? Awesome, this will be easy for you, too.
Brian Solis joined SMCKC (via Google Hangout) at the January breakfast, held at the Google Fiber Space. Check out his presentation in the video below, if you couldn't make the event (or if you want to relive the magic)!
Thanks again to Brian, SocialIRL, H&R Block, and the Google Fiber Space.
“If you get it, share it.” A simple yet powerful phrase that has served as a key mission statement for Social Media Club since its launch in 2006.
With more than 350 chapters worldwide, Social Media Club has grown into an organization that not only connects social media professionals and enthusiasts, but impacts many communities through members’ advocacy and service.
The excitement around the launch of Google Fiber and the pre-registration campaign has given us a unique opportunity to close the Digital Divide in the Kansas City area. We are about to begin a busy and even more exciting year.
Our organization is embarking on an effort to really make an impact by hiring staff, establishing a headquarters, and launching programs in the fiberhoods. As the year 2012 is drawing to a close, I just wanted to share a little more about progress we’ve made at Connecting for Good: