We hope you will join us Wednesday, November 7th from 12:00 – 2::00 pm for a catered lunchtime discussion about the impact, best strategies and tools used during the 2012 election season. With some much expertise on this panel, this is an event you do not want to miss. Featuring: John Brougher, Vice President of [...]
We here @Treater are proud supporters of SMCDC and were thrilled to meet you all last night @CoCoSala. For those who couldn’t make it or missed us amongst the crowd, here are a few fun tips about Treater and how to successfully Treat your friends for all those cracks in the calendar! Treater is a [...]
After a long day of work, a dozen conversations on Twitter, a few cat pictures on Facebook, and still forgetting Google+ exists many of us sit down in front of the TV. Some of us watch the news, others watch Mike Rowe jump in mud pits, or if you are like some of my fellow [...]
Social media tools are changing the education landscape. These tools tend to fall into two broad categories: those primarily intended for social networking, such as Facebook or Twitter, and those that are designed for sharing user-generated content such as blogs, YouTube, or Flickr. It is the mixture of informality and ease of updating that makes social media approaches so appealing, whether mainstream tools are used, or whether niche or local social media tools are installed or developed.
On October 17 (that’s Next Wednesday folks) the DC Social Media Club will be hosting our monthly event with a focus on social TV. Even if you are not an avid TV watcher, between watching Shark Week, Mad Men, or even the presidential debates you have likely see a hashtag bug on the lower portion [...]