Shawn Butler is the eighth most followed person on Twitter in Utah, a guest lecturer on digital marketing and social media for many companies, organizations, and five universities. He is a director at ThomasARTS, a board member for the American Advertising Federation, a consultant to the Utah Food Industry Association, the Utah Food Bank, and sits on the board of directors for Turning Point, a breast cancer awareness and rehabilitation organization.
Stay tuned for posts from Shawn, and follow him on Twitter @shawnpbutler
They say an organization is as only good as its leaders. Fortunately for you, the Leaders of SMC SLC are some of the top influencers and engagers in our community. Stay tuned to the blog over the next few weeks as we post introductions to the people who will organize events, build the membership foundation, share resources and become a vital part of your online community. Once our winning smiles earning your trust, you can then look forward to the blog posts including Business Profiles, Events, Success Stories, Best Practices and Emerging Trends.
It is our combined goal to bring you quality speakers, posts, connections and tips to thrive in the great Social Media Community of Salt Lake and beyond. Feel free to ask questions/post comments/share tweets with us going forward as we take this community to the next level!
Social Media for Social Good
Social media has changed our lives in many ways, but it has also had a significant impact on the charity arena. This holiday season, let’s pool our resources and show just how much of an impact we can make. Mark your calendars for Thursday, Nov. 29 at The Squeezebox in downtown SLC for a night of mingling and giving back.
Stay tuned for more details but be sure to RSVP today! Don’t miss this opportunity to network with others in the social media space, kick-off the holiday season and participate in something that will benefit our community.
A fine crowd of ladies and gents gathered at SEO.com Thursday, October 11 for some social media learnin’, courtesy of the Social Media Club of Salt Lake City. The topic: The Newsroom Goes Social, or how local media outlets are utilizing social platforms to engage viewers and readers.