Given recent events in Northern Africa, this fact (and excerpt from my last post) is fastened deep within my consciousness: “Relationships are being built and calls to action are more tangible because of the social networks the Internet brings. We are having more and more of an impact on social change in our communities…”
As we move forward into 2011, think of the number of opportunities being a member of the Social Media Club affords you.
Most people join a community
to feel a sense of belonging,
Historic Savannah, founded in 1733 as Georgia’s first city, is associated mostly with the past. Tourists
flock to this “Hostess City of the South” to see what has been called the nation’s largest historical district.
That this graceful historic gem has enthusiastically embraced the quintessentially 21st Century social media phenomenon is a testament to the adaptability of the city, or of social media, or both.
The first Wednesday of every month, contributor Amy Phillips will recap what made waves in blogging for the previous month.
Social Media has taken center stage in two government uprisings this month, Egypt and Tunisia. We’ll cover Egypt next month, but this month Tunisia had a sudden revolution.
No you don’t suck...
But what if someone said that either you or your business did!?! Online no less!
Social media as a marketing tool is great in many ways. It gives businesses the opportunity to target and interact with your customers while reinforcing your brand. But what about those instances where someone feels…. Well…less than satisfied and they decided to take the matter to their online community? What can you do? How can you address the issue?